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Description

This hammer, created by fine tool designer Bill Fretz to the custom specifications of master goldsmith Alan Revere, delivers the combined benefits of two essential hammer faces—a cross-peen face and a goldsmithing face. The cross-peen face moves metal in a single direction, while the goldsmithing face moves metal outward in all directions. The cross-peen face is ideal for forging, riveting and shaping metal; the flat face is useful for planishing, removing the marks left by the cross-peen work. The handle is specially shaped to give you a light touch, and the narrowed neck flexes slightly as you hammer for ultimate comfort. The handle is made of Padauk wood, known for its strength, stability and beauty; its black finish distinguishes it as one of the Revere line of hammers. The hammer head is cast from 420-grade stainless steel and tool hardened to 50 HRC for maximum durability and effectiveness.

Designed by Bill Fretz, this hammer is built for toughness and durability. The handle is made of Padauk wood, known for its strength, stability and beauty, and is oil-finished; it's specially shaped to give you a light touch, and the thin neck flexes slightly as you hammer for ultimate comfort. Head is cast from 420-grade stainless steel and tool hardened to 50 HRC for maximum durability and effectiveness.


Specifications:
  • Brand : Fretz
  • Face size : 16mm dia.; 14mmW
  • Overall length/dimensions : 9-1/8"
  • Head length/dimensions : 3" x 5/8"
  • Head type : Goldsmithing
  • Head weight : 2.7 oz. (77g)
  • Model or style no. : R-GF
  • Country of origin : Vietnam

Please Note:

• If you use this hammer to strike other tools, its faces will show the marks and dings from your efforts and should be resurfaced before using them directly on your jewelry pieces. If the hammer is not used directly on jewelry pieces, there is no need to polish either face, just keep them tidy using Scotch-Brite® or a 220-grit sanding paper.


Catalog page: 2015 Tools and Equipment Catalog p.109