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Trow & Holden Company

 

Address: 45 South Main St.

 

City/State/Zip: Barre, VT, 05641

 

Phone: 800-451-4349

 

FAX: 802-476-7025

 

Website: trowandholden.com

 

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Vendor Profile: Manufacturer of fine steel and carbide-tipped stone working tools for splitting trimming lifting and carving since 1890. All Trow Holden tools are made to last in Barre Vermont USA.

 

Products

 

   

Carbide Comfort Grip Hand Point

Proudly manufacturing stoneworking tools at its factory in Barre, Vermont since 1980. The ergonomically designed Carbide Comfort Grip Hand Point provides a superior hold, allowing masons to hit it more accurately and with more power.
Product Link:
http://www.trowandholden.com/store/agora.cgi?cart_id=84209796.18601&p_id=0117&xm=on

 


 

   

Carbide Rocko Hand Tool

Carbide Rocko hand tools feature a specially angled blade, allowing you to hold the chisel at a more vertical position when striking.
Product Link:
http://trowandholden.com/store/agora.cgi?cart_id=58981791.18920&p=cat1&xm=on

 


 

   

Carbide Hammer Point

Our new carbide Hammer Point is perfect for roughing out or removing a difficult knot or high spot in hard stone. Swing like a regular hammer, or use the 13" fiberglass handle to hold it in position while you strike it with another hammer.
Product Link:
http://trowandholden.com/store/agora.cgi?cart_id=46905305.19031&p=cat3&xm=on

 


 

   

Rockpicks Carbide-Tipped Blades

We are proud to offer two sizes of Rockpicks with carbide-tipped blades. All hammers feature a carbide chisel blade. Shown above is the Rockpick with carbide trimming head.
Product Link:
http://trowandholden.com/store/agora.cgi

 


 

   

Chisel Whizard

Get your hand out of harm's way and eliminate shock and vibration with the simple but effective Chisel Whizard. Rubber loops firmly grip your stone chisel, but allow you to adjust the blade angle any way you choose. Made exclusively by us.
Product Link:
http://trowandholden.com/store/agora.cgi?cart_id=58981791.18920&p=cat1&xm=on

 


 

   

Stone Masonry Hand tools

Trow & Holden for Stone Masonry Hand tools and hammers are used for splitting, shaping and trimming stone. Whether roughing out large sculpture or splitting boulders for a traditional stone wall, the tools are used essentially the same way.
Product Link:
http://www.trowandholden.com/masonry.php

 


 

   

Heavy Hand Set

Comfort Grip Collection features heavy hand set, chisel, point and tracer, all with contoured grip and carbide tip. Includes hand hammer and tool bag.
Product Link:
http://trowandholden.com/store/agora.cgi

 


 

   

Pneumatic Mortar Removal Set

The pneumatic mortar removal set is ideal for repointing and masonry restoration--significantly reducing dust, providing increased control.
Product Link:
http://www.trowandholden.com/store/agora.cgi?product=cat6

 


 

   

Pneumatic Mortar Removal Set

The Trow & Holden Co. pneumatic mortar removal set is ideal for repointing and masonry restoration--significantly reducing dust, providing increased control, and minimizing damage to existing stone or brick.
Product Link:
http://trowandholden.com/store/agora.cgi?cart_id=76748898.19390&p=cat6&xm=on

 


 

   

Steel Blade Flared Chisels

Traditionally designed steel blade Flared Chisels are available with either flat, rondel, or toothed blades. Hex shaped stocks are comfortable and well-balanced for fine work on softer stone.
Product Link:
http://trowandholden.com/store/agora.cgi?cart_id=86922048.19565&p_id=0027&xm=on

 


 

   

Steel Blade Flared Chisels

Traditionally designed steel blade Flared Chisels are available with either flat, rondel, or toothed blades. Hex shaped stocks are comfortable and well-balanced for fine work on softer stone.
Product Link:
http://trowandholden.com/store/agora.cgi?cart_id=76748898.18674&p=cat2&xm=on

 


 



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