Another List Of Links
I'm not going to add another list of links to the numerous lists
that already exist. So the list here will only be of sites with
which I've had direct, personal experience, places I can
wholeheartedly recommend. Maybe later they'll be other things on this page.
Fine Hand Tools
Museum of Woodworking Tools
If you ever get the chance to visit Joel at his store in Brooklyn, don't
miss it. This is a unique, and uniquely New York, experience. There's
definitely no other place like it in the city, that's for sure. I doubt there's
many places like it anywhere. But even if you can't go there, visit on the web.
You can't go wrong.
Look around. If you're interested, email the proprietor, So Yamashita, a
question. Read his reply. This is where you find out about Japanese tools, and
sharpening with japanese natural (and unnnatural) stones. Pass by, or stay the
rest of your life...
Extensive website (and catalog) of fine woodworking tools, supplies, hardware.
The real deal. Great customer service.
Good wood. Good prices. Great people. No mail order.
Exotic lumber. exotic lumber. exotic lumber. What you see is what you get.
A great place to visit - the wonderful world of woods.
The place to get curly maple, or seemingly, any other domestic wood
that has a curl. Kevin is great to do business with. A company that merits your
Boxmakers Around the World
There's no one like him, anywhere.
Beautiful boxes of all types; gorgeous woods; superb craftsmanship
Andrew Crawford Fine decorative
boxes - fine boxes to commission, box making courses, books...
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