Monthly Archives: September 2010

A Very Ominous Book Title.

‘Antique Dental Instruments’ includes a chapter on ‘Excavating’ and full page pictures of ‘Masticators’. A brilliant book that chronicles the early days of Dentistry with a touch of humour (that is very much needed in a book that contains pictures … Continue reading

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The World’s Smallest Plane

Here is the world’s smallest woodworking plane. Measuring just 12 mm in length and 7mm in width, we’re not quite sure if it’s the most useful plane in the world, but it sure is a fine addition to our display … Continue reading

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Hammer Time

These brilliantly ergonomic hammers from Tite Mark come in different weights and sizes with right or left handed options. [imagebrowser id=4] Great for carving and bench work alike. Click here for prices and information.

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Mahogany Bike By Sueshiro Sano

This stunning Mahogany wood bike has been made in Japan by Sueshiro Sano. Each bike takes 3 years to build. Mahogany Bike by Sueshiro Sano

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Wooden Mouse

This very well made computer mouse is made from exotic woods by Russia’s AlestRukov.  Each mouse is individually hand crafted from sustainable woods. They are hand carved, sanded and polished using linseed oil and carnuba wax. The handmade wooden mice are … Continue reading

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Westonbirt

The National Arboretum in Westonbirt is a stunning 600 acre wilderness full to the brim with every type of tree imaginable and every year woodworkers (especially chain saw carvers) converge on the venue for The Festival Of The Tree. (Pictures … Continue reading

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