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Re: paring stone?



I got mine from a Kitchenware store.
My paring knife is indeed from Paris, France.
Uri

Gary Hillerson wrote:

> I've been learning to pare leather, and my teacher has a paring stone that
> she also uses to sharpen the paring knife. She got this stone in France many
> years ago.
>
> Does anyone know where I can get such a stone? Or even what kind of stone
> this is?
>
> thanks in advance,
>    gary
>
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