Beautifully made tiny miniature 18th century toolchest with tiny, working tools


14 Responses to “Beautifully made tiny miniature 18th century toolchest with tiny, working tools”

  1. MrWednesday7 says:

    Just so beautiful.

  2. charming.quark says:

    Yes, beautiful!  Now can you use them to build a tiny violin?

  3. oasisob1 says:

    I understand he intends to use these tools to build a 1/20th-scale replica of these tools… etc.

  4. Eark_the_Bunny says:

    Gadget Hackwrench just called, she wants her tool box back.

  5. db says:

    Looks like it could have been built by Lester Freamon.

  6. Dewi Morgan says:

    I lack the words. This is sooo desirable.

  7. Gabe Leavitt says:

    Amazing that most of these tools are still commonly used, by me anyway.

  8. humanresource says:

    You’re all so gullible. This is obviously a souvenir that Gulliver brought back from Lillliput.

  9. Ray Perkins says:

    Beautiful. These days we’d just use Photoshop.

  10. Missy Pants says:

    And I was just lamenting that North American miniatures were sad when compared to Japanese miniaturist creations! Lovely!

    Y’all should check out Cho or Nunu’s House, impossible creations.

  11. Miss Angela says:

    Hey, anyone who’s interested in looking at amazingly detailed miniatures like this should hit the Philadelphia Miniaturia convention this weekend in Cherry Hill. There are tons of gorgeous handcrafts like this to look at! 10-5EST today, 11-4 Sunday. Saw this post just as I was leaving to go there!

  12. Mister44 says:

    Papa Smurf is going to be smurfed you’re in his tool box again.

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