The Studley Tool Chest, built by piano and organ maker Henry O. Studley is surely one of the greatest records of U.S. craftsmanship. Built in the early 20th-century, this masterpiece is only 39x20x9″, built stows and organizes more than 300 hand tools.
Check out this video tour by New Yankee Workshop host Norm Abrams:
That little “Gothic” housing for the hand plane. Geek out!
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