Tuesday, October 18, 2011


Today it's a very cool old P.S. & W (Peck, Stow & Wilcox) Wing Divider.
I found an ad from their catalog from 1922 which featured these so they're probably from that time.
Forged steel with solid brass pivot points.
I bought these to use with my leather work.   Because why have some new cheaply made tool, when you can have something like this?  Plus it's vintage and I love working with vintage tools.
The thumb screw is for final adjusting.   It has a little spring steel there that make is just right.
The still sharp points.
As I was saying, I love working with Vintage Tools.   I think it makes your project better in a way, because it's the way things used to be made and I think ever so slightly it shows in your final product.

1 comment:

  1. Nice find! Those are just ridiculously better (and often cheaper) than their modern equivalents (even those made by PEXTO, the remnant of PS&W).


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