The Goldsmithing Hammer is the bench jewelers’ choice for ring sizing and bezel work. The crosspein end is slightly curved, making a very interesting texture. The long handle allows the craftsperson to grip at different positions to change the striking force.
The Planishing Hammer is for smoothing metal. The round side is used if the metal has previous raising hammer marks and these need to be smoothed out. The flat side will refine the hammer marks from the rounded side of the Planishing Hammer to a nearly smooth finish. This is the m
The Wide Raising Hammer can be used to raise sheet metal into a bowl against a wooden stake or a metal T-stake. It is also useful for raising in cylinders to form a concave shape. This same hammer also makes it possible to planish subtle concave shapes.