£45.00

Three vintage carpenter's brace drills mounted on reclaimed pallets. The brace drills come from a variety of sources and are old and well used. Carefully cleaned and waxed, they still retain all their age and charm.

The pallet wood has been sanded and waxed in much the same way as the brace drills. It retains much of the wear-and-tear from its time as a pallet but has been freshened-up and renewed.

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Description

Three vintage carpenter’s brace drills mounted on reclaimed pallets. The brace drills come from a variety of sources and are old and well used. Carefully cleaned and waxed, they still retain all their age and charm.

The pallet wood has been sanded and waxed in much the same way as the brace drills. It retains much of the wear-and-tear from its time as a pallet but has been freshened-up and renewed.

The brackets are also salvaged and hold the brace drill handles. All the drills can be rotated back against the mounting board neatly, moving them out of the way when not in use should they be hung in narrow hallways or where space is tight. Two of the brace drills’ handles still rotate while one has seized and so rotates within the retaining brackets rather than within the handle itself.

Mirror plates on either end can be used to mount the coat/hat hoots.

Dimensions:
Pallet Mount (length, width, depth): 52cm x 30.5cm x 3.5cm
Brace Drills: Central drill – 11.5cm above the top edge of mount, end drills – 11.5cm below the bottom edge of mount