The Victorian Catalogue of Tools for Trades and Crafts was first published in 1845 by Birmingham based firm Timmins & Sons. Documenting over 150 finely detailed copperplate engravings from shoemaking to carpentry, from saddlery to draughtmanship. None of whom ever blamed their tools. We’ve got our hands on a 1994 facsimile reproduction.
Approx. 25 x 19 cm/Open Edition in flouro coral and bright turquoise