As a longtime woodturner, you can’t go wrong with Crown lathe tools.
The “rolled” bottom edge is the ideal geometry for smooth performance along the tool test, when using a slew to complete normal spindle work (& really helps if you happen to be just learning skew cuts to roll beads, etc.).
The attached photo shows a short, test spindle completed with the 1/2” Skew- no sanding required, as finish is at least equivalent to1000x, right off the chisel.
Note- chisel was reground to a 40 degree included angle on an 8” wheel, then a quick hone to 1200x on diamond stones, followed by stropping on leather (green chromium compound)- this is my normal sharpening protocol for lathe skews.
A 40 degree included angle is a good all round choice for most common hardwoods- if you’re into turning harder exotics, I’d recommend getting a second chisel and grinding to a 50 degree included angle.
Black Forest “”jumped” on my order, with prompt delivery.