• We designed this flushing chisel based on a set of antique patternmakers’ chisels from our collection
    • More than just for flush trimming inlay or joinery, a flushing chisel allows you to work into corners and extend flat surfaces right up to adjacent surfaces where a plane blade cannot reach
    • One hand pushes the tool while your other hand guides the blade along the workpiece, giving you fine control with a comfortable grip, producing a smooth paring action
    • The PM-V11 steel chisel blades are thin, reducing the overall weight of the tool and keeping your fingers close to the surface for a tactile connection to the work
    • In a departure from the tapered-pin connector of the original chisel set, our interchangeable blades have threaded sockets for a quick, secure connection to the torrefied maple handle
    • The handle can be easily disconnected whenever you want to switch blades
    • We offer four blade-and-handle chisel sets (sized 1/2", 3/4", 1" and 1 1/2") as well as a five-piece set that includes all four blade sizes and a single handle
    • The handle is available separately in case you need a replacement or simply want spares
    • All blades are 5 3/4" long and 1/8" thick; each chisel is roughly 11 3/4" overall
    • Made in Canada