Charring chisel

identifier

ID 1035

morphology

craft

holotype

MOT V 99.0104 L=22cm WD=7cm WT=496gr

holotype

MOT V 99.0108 L=13,5cm WD=7cm WT=175gr

alias

drove (syn.) (SELLENS: 462)

alias

boasting chisel (syn.) (SELLENS: 462)

alias

broad tool (syn.) (SELLENS: 462)

alias

boaster (syn.) (JENKINS: 166)

alias

bolster (syn.) (JENKINS: 166)
description

The charring chisel is a wide, metal stonemason’s chisel with straight, double cutting edge, the angle of which is between 10 ° and 40 °, depending on the hardness of the worked stone. The width of the cutting edge can range from about 3.5 to 18 cm. There are charring chisels with a wooden handle for softer types of stone. 

For technical information on this page in dutch. [MOT]

Charring chisel MOT V 2003.0893 L=19cm WD=5,5cm WT=624gr Inscription: IBT