The marble pinchers consist of two wide (approx. 3 cm) jaws with a sharp cut parallel to each other and at right angles to the plane of the tool. The opening between the two jaws can be adjusted by adjusting screws from about 0.5 cm to about 3 cm. The arms consist of double levers.
(1) proper name unknown.
(2) a pitcher is used with hard stones and marble slabs thicker than 3 cm to knock off the excess stone with the help of a stonemason's hammer.