An early and well made decorative tool, we believe to be a piano tuning tool, or possibly a gunsmiths tool.
A lovely old piano key made from rosewood. Tool has a faded makers name, that we can see reads “_ _ raker & Co”.
A nice old compendium set with five tools held in an engine turned brass case. Tools can be fixed in centre or end of handle.
An elegant brass walking stick head of a floppy eared dog attached to an upper section of wooden cane which has a brass threaded section at the base.
A lovely miniature cleaver made from brass with we believe Bubinga (African rosewood) handle.
A vintage working brass padlock and key marked ‘Laclede’.
A miniature billhook with turned handle and a strong solid tool steel blade. Overall length: 105mm (4 1/8”)
An 18th century pair of German pincers.
A scarce 18th century French rainette tool.
A collection of 9 fascinating early woodworker photographs with card backing. Photograph Sizes: 4” x 2 ¾” approx
A fine bone handled knife that’s stamped ‘Joseph Rodgers & Sons No.6 Norfolk St Sheffield England'. English circa 1860-1890
A lovely ivory handled ink knife made by Joseph Haywood & Co. Knife has a thin spearpoint blade. English circa 19th century
Rosewood handled bowie knife made in Sheffield by William Rodgers. Rosewood handle has finger bevelled grip and is double brass riveted. Nickel cross guard.
A lovely horn handled timber scribe marked Wingfield Rowbotham & Co, 82 Tenter St Sheffield. English Circa 1850s -1890s
Bikers badge marked Shenstone and Disrtict.
Old bone walking stick handle.
Cheroot cutter made from German silver with a horn body.