The bodging tools and equipment used by Ted Rushworth.
Pole lathe with ash bed and poppets, pine legs, and Canadian maple toolrests (extra long one on grass). Mallet.  Custom tool holder. Elm fork treadle. Powered by overhead bungee or yew spring pole (niether shown). Excellent condition even though about 20 years old. Dimensions of this pole lathe are given at<br />NOTE:<br />Some idea of pricing can be obtained by reference to the price of 270 for a new lathe at Turning tools fitting the purpose made rack on the pole lathe, from left to right. <br />3/4" flat chisel. 1/2" half round bullnose chisel. 1/8" parting chisel. 3/8" half round bull nose chisel. 1/2" flat skew chisel. 2" flat chisel. 2" half round chisel. 3/16" grooving chisel. Calipers. 3/16" auger for centre piercing the ends of wood for turning. Shave horse in solid oak with turned front leg in ash. Excellent condition even though about 20 years old. Two sizes of wedges for varying the slope of the table. Tools from left to right. 24"  saw for cutting curves, also  known as a "Jesus Christ Saw" (with spare blades not shown). Old fret saw. Right handed side axe of special design. Very useful ancient shipyard hammer. Froe. Log splitter. Two splitting wedges. Mallet. Tools from left to right. Adze. Draw knife. Special flat saw with cherry handle to ancient design used to saw off the tops of legs protruding through a stool. Spoke shave.  Hollowing out shaving tool for finishing off hollowed windsor chair seats. Bill hook. Three augers - 3/8", 1/2", and 5/8". Various tools from left to right. Curved adze for hollowing windsor chair seats. 2" bevelled flat chisel. 1" gouge. 1/2" flat skew chisel. Inside ring turning tool, together with pairing tool used to make babies rattles. 1+1/4" carving scoop. 7/8" curved carving gouge.<br />NOTE:<br />Other tools keep turning up. Not shown include 1.1/4" rounding plane and 2.1/4" slightly curved smoothing plane for hollowed chair seats.