Tenon saw

Made:
1890-1920

Tenon saw with a flat metal blade, made by Loxley, around 1830-1860. "Loxley" was a brand name for a range of lesser quality saws made by Sanderson Brothers & Newbould, one of the biggest Sheffield saw firms. Made around 1890-1920.

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Details

Category:
Hand and Machine Tools
Object Number:
Y1986.184.1
Materials:
metal (unknown) and wood (unidentified)
Measurements:
saw (laid flat): 25 mm x 423 mm x 130 mm,
type:
tenon saw
taxonomy:
  • tools and equipment
  • equipment
credit:
Gift of Ronald Heggs

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