Monday, 30 April 2012

A pair of Bayfields

The pair of Bayfields is now complete - here are a few photos. The large plane is 3/4" wide and is 7-1/2" long. The smaller plane is 5/8" wide and 6" long. 

I am going to be in Montreal this coming weekend - May 4-5th participating in a Lie-Nielsen handtool event at Rosemount technology centre. I will have the K7 prototype with me, so if you are in the area - please stop by, say hello and try out the new planes.


Blogger mckenzie said...

Konrad, beautiful workmanship.


30 April 2012 at 10:26  
Blogger David said...

Beautiful indeed!!

30 April 2012 at 11:27  
Blogger Richard Wile said...

To repeat an often used phase (by me anyway) awesome work KS, I love how the figure of the infill peeks through the "window" on the side - true attention to detail, and that lamb's tongue...'nuff said.


30 April 2012 at 12:06  
Blogger Unknown said...

Another wonderful exhibition of your incredible skills. Don't be shy about making your way across the Atlantic to let us Brits have a taster of your fantastic tools.

30 April 2012 at 13:26  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


30 April 2012 at 16:07  
Blogger Al DaValle said...

Pure art my friend...pure art!!!

30 April 2012 at 18:55  
Blogger Jameel Abraham said...

Those wedges are just ridiculous. Seriously, do you have some sort of rosewood replicator? I can hear you now in your best Picard voice, "Rosewood...Brazilian...figured"

30 April 2012 at 21:49  
Anonymous Chris Bame said...

Great stuff Konrad, The wedges look like waves in a lake of wood. Love the infill peeking through!!

1 May 2012 at 10:41  
Blogger phil williams said...

Stunning work. Can't wait to see your planes in person this weekend

1 May 2012 at 20:40  
Anonymous Dave C. said...

These are really really nice!

10 May 2012 at 11:53  
Anonymous Carl said...

massively impressive planes, and such impeccable craftsmanship. Your photos are intimate and do a great deal to show your attention to detail, I only wish ebay sellers could take such fine and comprehensive photos.
I absolutely love the sweeping line beneath the pink ivory rear tote, that one detail makes a world of difference over the plane above it and sets it apart from any I ever seen.
Thanks for sharing, I'd love just once to use one of these

10 June 2012 at 13:04  

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