Jeff Peachey miniature bookbinding tool set, includes English paring knife, a Peachey paring knife, a French knife, a Peachey style French knife, a backing hammer, an engineers square, a triangle, a bone folder, a wood handled scalpel, a large and small lifting knife, a cord wrapped paste brush, a pallet, a heart finishing tool and a strop. $650.
Tool Porn: where did they come from & how much did they cost? 1)Small Teflon Folder, Talas $19.50; 2)Large Teflon folder, Talas $21.50; 3)Teflon Rib, Colophon $24; 4)Teflon Square, Colophon $20. Teflon tools don’t burnish as bone tools do & the diff. shapes make some tasks easier. I use the rib when gluing large areas; the thin, square edges of the 1st 2 folders for box making & for gluing material into small, recessed areas; the little square is my box making go-to guy & for folding…
Medium wooden pallet plaque. The reclaimed pallet boards are stained with a dark danish oil and then topped with a cross made from fabricated 12 gauge shotgun shells. Dimensions are approximately 10" x 14". Each cross is handmade with love and truly one of a kind.
Teflon bone folders: The Small Folder & Large Folder are the traditional shapes of the Teflon folding tools, w/ a point at one end & a chisel at the other end. The Lifter is similar in size & shape to the Large Folder, but unique in that the pointed end comes to a thin flexible spatula like end. The Delaminating Spatula is a wider & thinner tool w/ a good hand feel. The Burnisher is a pencil like tool which is good for getting into tough to reach spaces, & for freehand scoring & burnishing.