Parallel sided smoothing plane no.51 made by Norris, London. Plane is...
A scarce rosewood handled no.143 plow plane made in USA by Stanley....
A collection of 3 octagonal beech handled gouges and chisel.
2 carving tools made by Henry Taylor.
2 beech handled shallow carving gouges made by S.J.Addis.
2 rosewood handled wood carving tools made by J.B.Addis & Sons.
3 hardwood handled carving tools made by Herring.
2 carving tools made by Henry Taylor with boxwood handles.
An old wooden ovolo plane. The front nose has a makers mark which is hard to make out, possibly says ‘Tasker’.
An old ovolo plane. The front nose makers mark has been overwritten by a previous owners name but the makers mark appears to say ‘Madox’ which dates the plane to the late 1750s – 1770s
An uncommon small very shallow ovolo plane. The front nose is marked ‘John Moseley & Son, 54-55 Broad St, Bloomsbury, London’.
An old wooden plane with an ovolo profile made by George Rusby Kaye. English (Leicester) Circa 1860s – 1890s
An old Buck wooden plane with an ovolo profile. The front nose is marked ‘122? Edgeware Road, London’.
An early wooden ovolo plane by ‘I Wheeler’. English (Thatcham) circa 1760s - 1780
An early Nelson plane with a ovolo profile. The front nose is marked ‘Nelson’. English (York) circa 1770 - 1780s
An old Greenslade ovolo plane. The front nose is marked ‘W.Greenslade, Bristol’ and ‘Exhibition Medals, London, Dublin, Paris, Melbourne’.
Two old wooden ovolo planes with the same manufacturer name ‘Griffiths’ and same user name ‘W.Mann’.
An old Hathersich wooden moulding plane. This plane is likely to date 1797 - 1810 due to the plane appearing to have an early mark.
An old wooden Ovolo and Scotia moulding plane marked 'Higgs'. The plane dates to the end of the 1700's - early 1800's.
An original pair of old ovolo wooden planes.Both front noses are marked with the same ‘John Moseley & Son, 54-55 Broad St, Bloomsbury, London’ mark. Circa 1860s - 1880s.
Old wooden Ovolo and Scotia plane that has a good length plane blade. Sadly the makers name has faded.
2 Melville wooden moulding planes includes bead & ovolo. Planes are in poor condition (see full description).
Ovolo woodworking plane that has been fitted with a fence by previous woodworker. English c. mid to late 1700s
An old ovolo moulding plane. Has wear to plane with a number of dents (see full description).