By general consensus it's tomorrow apparently. I dunno, maybe in the Antipodes it's already yesterday? Anyway, despite the fact that I had in mind more like some time this evening, as promised (I'm a blogist of my word), some 'andles.
They're only a "set" in very general terms. Not only are the blades by different makers and the woods used different, but my turning inability is always going to make each one an individual... As I boringly told you back in June, I was unduly influenced by the article here - I'm just not a good enough turner to do it full justice. However, they're good enough for me, which was the point of doing it, and will annoy anyone who extols the virtues of workaday tools and can't see the point of having fancy tools. But that's just a bonus...
Clockwise, from "noon"; Rosewood (dalbergia latifolia); Satinwood (chloroxylon swietenia); Pau Amarello (euxlophora parensis); Imbuya (phoebe porosa); Muhuhu (brachylaena hutchinsii); Padauk (pterocarpus soyauxii); Imbuya; Rosewood; Bubinga (guibourtia demeusei); Pau Amarello; Satinwood; Muhuhu, Bubinga and Padauk. The pattern is London Pattern Octagonal - the round butt end being the main feature of the London pattern over the regular octagonal.
The whole gamut of my rehandled user chisels here. As already mentioned, the Socket bevel chisels are Anjan (hardwickia binata) while the others are all Boxwood (buxus sempervirens).
Hmm, maybe I should sell my L-Ns...?