+44 (0)117 929 1740
We are OPEN the full 6 days of week Mon through Sat
Partly dependent on train and bus services, if disrupted could be late opening. Call to check.
Best to phone 0117 929 1740 just to check if travelling long distance.
We are a rather uncommon type of tool shop, one specializing in older hand tools and specially woodworking ones though all other types can be found here..
We have the standard Stanley, Record planes, but also Norris, Spiers, Matheson, Preston, etc. Plough, rebate, bullnose, mitre jointer’s to block planes all here.
Green woodworking tools like froes, side axes, adze, spoon knives. Sharpening stones, chisels, squares and more.
Many of our tools are hard to find elsewhere, the older tools that have a quality now hard to find in new ones made down to a price, the one no longer in production. We add to this with new tools we make or commission for less usual tasks in woodworking or where the very highest quality is needed.
We also have a very wide range of more common second hand tools.
Yes we buy tools (and accept donations). Our customers are buying tools to use on the whole so we like tools in good condition. Age isn’t necessarily a big thing (in tools or people) so grandfathers rusty, broken plane from 1930’s isn’t a valuable antique but it might still be of use to someone. If you want to bring them to the shop give us a call first so Charles is here. We can travel to collect tools as well, again give a call and a date and time can be arranged.
We still only take cash payments
Maybe best to phone first if you are travelling any distance (0117 929 1740). But shouldn’t be any problems, OK except Bristol parking.
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We have put on Google analytics to see if anyone actually visits and this does put down cookies but if you turn them off no problem.