Vintage set of 2 small poultry - primitive sewing tools - awl shoemaker - manufacturer of leather holes - leather poinon - cobbler rusty tool - craft workshop. This room would be good as a display in the workshop of any shoemaker. Great gift for a tailor or shoemaker. This is a set of two primitive awls.Handmade tools of the 1940s. They are small pointed poultry with wooden handles, used mainly to drill leather holes.
Hand tools used by shoemakers and tailors. These tools have been used by generations of artisans, the metal part is covered with natural rust.
The wooden handle of a poultry is cracked from use and age, but birds are still used to drill holes. An amazing set that will impress any craftsman. A piece worthy of adding to your collection of vintage tools. Natural rust on metal, wooden handles have traces of age and use. Please look at the photos, they say more than written.
1 - poultry length: 3.9 inches / 10 cm. Handle diameter: 0.8 inch / 2 cm.
Handle length: 3.3 inches / 8.5 cm. 2 - length of the awl: 4.5 inches / 11.5 cm. Handle diameter: 0.6 inch / 1.5 cm.
Weight for 2 pieces (without packaging): 55 grams. Please look carefully at the photos - they are part of the description.
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