Hammers are used for cutting glass (smalti), stone and marble. The combination hammers we sell are available in three weights and have both a steel and carbide tip with a hardwood handle.
Which hammer should I get is a common questions. The general rule is... always choose the lightest hammer for the job. That said, if you only have one hammer choose that one! But, eventually, as you continue to grow in your enthusiasm for mosaic you will soon have a collection of hammers to choose from. Our advice, start with the heaviest.
Get comfortable and familiar with it. Experiment, play, cut lots of different materials, then decide if you'd like something lighter.
450g is the lightest hammer; best for texturizing and cutting smaller, softer material
A Tiny Pieces exclusive, this carefully, hand-crafted Japanese hammer weighs 1 pound, has a carbide...
Use this perfectly sized wedge to secure the head of the Japanese hammer.
Steel Hardy- Imported from Italy The steel hardy is a cutting workhorse in the mosaic...