Warwood 12831 6 lb. Mason Straight Pein, 16" wood handle.
Stone Sledges and Spalling Hammers
DESCRIPTION: These are stone masons’ tools. The sledge usually has a crowned, oval striking face with a napping face opposite. The spalling hammer has a beveled striking face.
Mason hammers are specialized stone working tools designed to split, trim, chip and shape stone, brick and concrete. On one end of the head is a rectangular striking face; on the other end is a beveled edge for scoring.
The Warwood Tool Mason Hammer is lighter weight with a thinner profile than our Stone Sledge, closer in shape to a hatchet than a hammer. The blade on the pein end is specifically designed for cutting score lines in stone and concrete and should never be used for striking.
Like all Warwood tools, our Mason Hammer is forged from premium U.S. steel by American craftsmen in West Virginia in the same way we’ve made tools since 1854.
- Drop-forged, carbon steel head
- Choose 3 lb. or 4 lb. head
- Warwood Blue finish
PROPER USES: Stone sledges are designed for breaking up stone and concrete. The spalling hammers are designed for cutting and shaping stone and concrete. The pein ends of stone sledges and spalling hammers are intended specifically for making score lines in stone and masonry.
ABUSE/MISUSE: NEVER use these tools for striking metal. NEVER use pein ends of stone sledges or spalling hammers for breaking up stone or masonry. They are for marking and scoring purposes only.
Replacement handle is 90008