Gravers come in various shapes, sizes and metal qualities.

Metal types: • Tools Steel (WS) the standard graver, keeps a tough sharp edge maintaining hours of production usage.

• High Speed Steel (HSS) this tougher graver keeps a sharp edge for a considerably longer time than normal tool steel gravers (WS).

More graver info: Gravers can be used on a whole variety of metals or materials including gold, silver, platinum, palladium, titanium, copper, brass, bronze, pewter, gilding metal, steel, ivory, bone, wood, plastics and aluminium.

All gravers have makings from the manufacturer which indicates the size and metal quality. HSS gravers always have a yellow paint mark on the tang of the graver; this identifies the mounting point for the handle. Additionally measure the width of the graver and compare with the graver chart below, to determine the size.

Graver handles come in different shapes and sizes, it is advisable to replace the handle with the graver to ensure optimum grip between handle and graver.

Preparing a graver: A graver tool has to be of a certain length to suit the hand of the user. Held in working position, the end of the tool should project half to three-quarters of an inch beyond the thumb.

A graver, when brought, will be too long and will have to be shortened. If only a small reduction is required a small piece can be broken off the tang before the handle is fitted. The tang is not as hard as the rest of the tool and the broken end should be filed or grinded to a point so that it can be easily inserted into the handle.

If a graver has to be shortened considerably, the end will have to be ground off by using a double bench grinder (code B33154) and care must be taken not to over-heat the tool and “draw the temper” – that is, cause to become too soft for use as a cutting graver. During grinding the graver will become very hot, intermittently dip the graver into water to ensure the steel doesn’t overheat and become brittle. Continue this process until the shape forms a point ready to fit into a handle. One can also use a sharpening stone to shape gravers according to individual specification.

Deburring Tool

Size & Weight: • Length 140mm • Diameter Ø8mm

• Weight 20 grams Code

B31879 Description Deburring Tool with Pocket Clip


Graver Sharpener Holders

Set your angle precisely with consistency while grinding and sharpening your hand engraver tools

• Easy to use • Just simply place it in the angle holder • Move left to right grind/sharpen your graver

Graver Sharpener

Handy graver sharpener with metal roller, aluminium body and two brass positioning screws for correct angles. • Small and inexpensive this graver sharpener can be used with all of our range of Swiss Vallorbe gravers (please note: 6mm Square HSS Graver, code 0501Hss600 will not fit in this tool)

• Gravers are placed in either of two angled tear drop openings and should be then rolled over the oilstone to sharpen and shape.

• Consistently achieve the perfect angle when sharpening.

Size: 45mm x 35mm 5mm

Weigh: 30g Code

G9475 Description Graver Sharpener

Graver Sharpener, Bergeon Swiss

• Bergeon 2462

A high precision graver sharpener, made from steel, from Switzerland’s Bergeon and the best of its kind.

• Ideal to use with a sharpening stone on a base (code S4868 or S31323);

• Comprises a smooth roller feet manoeuvre.

• The graver sharpener allows the angle of the graver to be adjusted to the appropriate angle and locks the tool for consistent sharpening and polishing

• Will hold a square and lozenge graver from 1.25mm. Size: up to 4mm Gravers

Weight: 35g Code

Deburring tool with pocket clip • Fast efficient and economical solution to remove Burrs which remains at the edges of components after cutting or machining and to take sharp edges off metal sheet

• For the jeweller, silversmith, arts craft, contemporary jeweller, model makers and light engineers

• The fine sharp blade the edge after any cutting shearing or punching process

• This tool is ideal for working with wax or metals • Rotating blade enables you to smooth circular inner & outer edges

798 COUSINS TRADE SUPPLIER • Bergeon 2931 G0751 Description UOM Graver Sharpener, Bergeon Swiss EACH Price £89.95

Bergeon 2931 Winding Stem Graver


Price £2.75

Engraving, stone setting and chasing certainly has its skill, as techniques and experience that you have learnt over time produces high quality workmanship.

A Crocker style Graver Sharpener is a traditional tool used for decades by some of the greatest crafts people.

Set your angle precisely with consistency while grinding and sharpening your hand engraver tools It is easy to use; just simply place it in the angle holder sleeve. Rest the table base bar on your bench and moving left to right grind/sharpen your graver.

• Choose from two angles to quickly achieve the accurate hone and sharp edge you need for professional engraving results.

• Index adjustment for both angle and pitch. Use with sharpening stones of your choice.

• Please note graver and sharpening stone not supplied • Maximum graver handle/shaft diameter Ø13mm

Code G34925 Description Graver Sharpener, Crocker Style


Price £19.95

Gravers, Bergeon Specialist Bergeon 2930 Staff Graver

• Bergeon 2930 • Widia • For left or right handed turning • 2.00mm square section • Handle Diameter Ø5.0mm • Overal Length 135mm • Weight 25g

Excellent high quality, Bergeon Swiss, staff gravers; will cut the hardest of metals without quick deterioration of the edge. • Mounted on a metal knurled handle for the ultimate compatibility.

• Plastic cap protector included. • This hard steel graver will re-sharpen on a Diamond Lap Stone (code D33152)

Code G0749 Description Bergeon 2930 Staff Graver


Price £37.95

SCORPERS,, S SCRAPERS & & DEBURRING Graver Sharpener, Crocker Style


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