Fabulous! Miniature Shoot Chute Board Plane - 79759U
Very similar to the Burlington patent of 1874. Without all the gizmos. It's nearly the same size and shape of the Burlington. 8 1/2 inches long. 1 3/16 inch iron. Unmarked. A place for every finger! Could be used a a regular block plane or for shooting.
Benning Violins – Violins, Violas, Cellos, bows – Violin Shop, Sales, Repairs
Benning Violins is a violin shop in Los Angeles offering a selection of fine violins, violas, cellos and bows for the beginner, student and profession...
FC-1 Flushing Chisel
The FC-1 Flushing Chisel makes cleaning unintentional glue excess in joinery a breeze. Additionally, it can really make a difference in cutting dowels, dovetails, tenons, and plugs perfectly flush with the surface. You typically would use the FC-1 Flushing Chisel to “score” or undercut a protruding wood member so when
the endless look at hewing hatchets
Even before the Joint Stool book came out, and certainly since then, the number one question I get is where can I get a hatchet for joinery? What do I need, etc. If you can stand some more about hewing hatchets, here goes. Last time I discussed a few ideas about how to use both…
The ANSTRUTHER Dolphin Plane Hand carved by DAVID BROOKSHAW - 83266U - AS OF DEC. 17
Solid boxwood. 3 1/4 inches tall. MINT but for a tiny imperfection behind the front handle. 8 1/2 inches long. The original is known as the Anstruther plane from it's time on display at The Fiseries Museum in Anstruther Scotland. See The Art Of Fine Tools page 166.
Photo Index - Oliver Machinery Co. - Model 12 patternmaker's jointer
A beautiful example of an amazing joiner. Oliver Machinery Co. - Model 12