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      email: tony@lathes.co.uk
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      Holtzapffel Ornamental Turning Lathe
      and accessories
      Holtzapffel Lathe Chucks

      Most famous and prolific of the ornamental-turning lathe makers, Holtzapffel manufactured a range of machines from the simple to the complex producing, between 1795 and 1928 some 2,557 recorded examples. The example shown below is one of their more basic models, an example rescued from a very neglected condition with a wooden stand so rotten that it was only just suitable as a pattern for a replacement to be made..
      Engraved on the headstock of this model - a lathe with the Serial number 1216 and known to have been supplied new to Thos. Drane on 30th of July, 1821 - is:
      Holtzapffwl & Deyerlein 64 Charing Cross, London. - the retail outlet of the Company from 1821 until 1901.  Fortunately, a number of original or contemporary accessories had survived including the flywheel treadle assembly, a compound slide rest, geometric chuck and a range of smaller items, all shown below. Should you have a Holtzapffel lathe they would like to see featured (anonymously) in the Archive the writer would be interested to hear from you.
      For more on Holtzapffel see this site .





      The ornamental turning chuck (bottom left) has, besides an indexing wheel, a worm-and-wheel fine adjuster - an unusual fitting on so early an example



      email: tony@lathes.co.uk
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