This diamond-heeled blade carries mortar away from the handle. The narrow size is good for general masonry and brick projects. The Narrow London blade easily spreads mortar for projects such as veneering.
The blade carries the mortar towards the toe of the blade. The Wide London pattern holds more mortar making it a popular pattern for stonework.
The square heel of the Philadelphia pattern holds the most mortar and has become one of the most popular tools to use with cement block.
W. Rose™ offers a variety of specialty trowels including a wide heel pattern (shown), a round heel pattern, and pointing and margin trowels. Other specialty patterns include gauging, sewer and bucket trowels.