New Hammers, Engraving Tools & Shirts – Lost Art Press


Our brass Warrington-pattern hammer.

We have three new items in stock here in Covington that are ready to ship.

First up is a brass Warrington-pattern hammer. This tool was at the request of readers and the machinists at Machine Time (which makes our hammer heads). The brass is hard enough for the light duty of a small hammer – and it won’t corrode.

I do not know if we will make this a regular stock item – it depends on how it sells.

Also new are the Crucible Engraving Tools. This small knife handle and cutters allow you to engrave straight lines and arcs (with the help of a compass) on hardwoods and softwoods. This tool was developed during the writing of “The American Peasant,” my next book. The tool is used to do work such as this:

A peasant wall cabinet engraved using our new cutters.

And the tool itself looks like this:

The Crucible Engraving Tool and its cutters.

The tool with two cutters is $27. It includes instructions for sharpening and use.

Finally, we have a new batch of all-cotton, US-made T-shirts. The shirts are made in Tennessee and printed in Covington. They are soft, true-to-size and printed with our logo in white. Sizes Small to XXXL are available.

Oh, and we are closing out the last of our grey T-shirts. They are on deep discount and can be found here.

— Christopher Schwarz



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