Crown 153 Mortice Gauge
Crown 153 Mortice Gauge
£29.46 (£24.55 Ex. VAT)

Crown 153 Mortice Gauge

Code: 400418

  • Lacquered hardwood
  • For both marking lines parallel to an edge and laying out mortices and tenons
  • Brass slide set into stem in a tee slot
  • Brass wear strips inlaid into stem
  • Knurled brass locking screw
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£29.46 (£24.55 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Crown 153 Mortice Gauge
  • Crown 112 Marking Knife - Right Hand
  • Axminster Rider Honing Guide
  • Axminster Superior Marking Gauge
Total: £65.78

In Detail

A combination gauge for both marking lines parallel to an edge and laying out mortices and tenons. The brass slide is set into the stem in a tee slot. The stock is inlaid with brass wear strips and a solid brass insert provides the thread for the knurled brass locking screw. All wooden parts are lacquered hardwood.



Model 153
Reviews (2)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4 out of 5 based on 2 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews



30 January 2018


This is a wonderful tool and a pleasure to use, so easy to transfer markings


3 March 2016

Does the job

Does the job well enough but doesn't feel like there's a unreal quality in it
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