A scarce collection / set of clog makers tools. This lovely old clog...
An old small hand saw. The blade is marked 'A.Ashton, Sheffield'.
An old Disston USA saw fitted with a hardwood handle.
An old Tyzack brass back tenon saw.
An old Sorby dovetail saw.MThe brass back has the markings: 'Robert...
A small, old Disston & Sons Philadelphia saw fitted with a...
An old Spear & Jackson hand saw.MThe blade has an etching with the...
This saw we suspect has only be used a couple of times. The saw has also...
A sweet little ballpein hammer. Head Length: 67mm (2 5/8 Inch), Handle Length: 9 Inch
A virtually unused 3/4lb ballpein hammer stamped ‘Snail Brand, made in England’. Retains original Snail Brand trade label.
A good timber marking hammer with hardwood handle. Head has the following markings: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, H.F.
An old new stock Robert Sorby Lignum Vitae carvers mallet.
A heavy Leadwood carving mallet fitted with a Wild Mango handle.
Bossing mallet with boxwood head and bamboo handle.
A glaziers hammer with beech handle. Head Width: 78mm (3” approx)
A little used creasing, planishing hammer marked W.Whitehouse Atlas Forge, made in England, 1/2lb.
A lovely old ash handled cobblers hammer made by George Barnsley & Sons, Sheffield England, also stamped ‘2’.
A fine 6oz tack hammer with hickory handle made in England by Whitehouse. Retains original Whitehouse trade label.
An old claw hammer with hardwood handle made by M.C. Ogden.
A substantial Gilpin ballpein hammer. The hammer head is marked 'Gilpin, 1984 (ministry arrow), 910-4652, S.S876'.
An old metal workers hammer marked with a faded makers stamp and the number 4. Face diameter: 26mm
A unused metal workers hammer made by Wm. Marples. Hammer retains the original label that reads ‘Wm. Marples and Sons, Sheffield England, Shamrock Brand’.
A more recent unused metal workers hammer made by Spear & Jackson.
An unused metal workers hammer made by Wm. Marples & Sons. Handle retains the original Marples Shamrock brand trade label.
A decorative 19th century hammer stamped ‘A descreux medaille d'or’. Has an old handle but probably not original.
A lovely decorative brass hammer with bubinga handle by the renowned tool maker John Heinz of Oregon.