The Last of Ernest Sarjeant’s Tools

Below are Ernest Sarjeant’s 8″ dovetail saw and 3/8″ wide bronze shoulder plane.  Both are probably my favorites out of the collection, although that might change once I start using the carving tools in earnest (did you see that .. what I just did .. play on words .. tee hee  😀 ).  

Any way, I included some of the details that make both these working tools special to me.  Mark @ Bad Axe Tool Works set me up with a new plate and Konrad at Sauer & Steiner provided the new blade for the small shoulder plane.  I couldn’t be happier with both products.  The saw plate is beautiful and perfectly fit.  And the shoulder plane blade is a masterfully made with razor sharpness.

Enjoy the photos.

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5 Responses to The Last of Ernest Sarjeant’s Tools

  1. snwoodwork says:

    The saw and plane look great. I’ve enjoyed watching you progress through the tools.

  2. The original plate on the dovetail saw is interesting. That’s a lot of taper from toe to heel. Nice work!

  3. Volker says:

    It’s great to restore old tools!
    Very Nice.

  4. Matt Rae says:

    the shoulder plane is gorgeous

  5. Marilyn says:

    Thanks all! I’m pretty happy about how everything turned out. Its been quit a journey. And now for the fun part .. making things. 😀

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