The Push-Style Mortise Axe is used primarily to create the smooth surfaces required in timber frame construction for mortise and tenon joints and halving joints. The axe is used without a handle and acts as a plane or chisel. It is only to be used by hand and must never be struck with another tool.
These axes have a straight edge and thin blade with low angle of the bevel face, suited for work in dry wood. The forged inward curve from the heel to...
The Gränsfors Small Carving Hatchet has the same head as the Gränsfors Small Hatchet but with a specially carved handle. The handle has been designed in consultation with woodworkers to...
A chop axe for hewing bowls and other wooden objects, artistic wood carving and architectural work. The characteristic curved shape of the cutting edge, carried well above the head's eye,...