Japanese Restorer's Cat's Paw
Japanese Restorer's Cat's Paw
£19.63 (£16.36 Ex. VAT)

Japanese Restorer's Cat's Paw

Code: 110206

  • Claw and wide, gently curved chisel ends
  • Suitable for delicate disassembly work
  • Robust and tough for quite demanding tasks
£19.63 (£16.36 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Japanese Restorer
  • Japanese Double-Ended Nail Set
  • Japanese Reform Bar
  • Stanley Carpenters Pincer
Total: £61.49

In Detail

As finely made a forged tool as we've encountered. One end features a claw for removing nails or tacks whilst the other flares into a wide and gently curved chisel or spatula shaped end. This tool is more than suitable for delicate disassembly work prior to restoration or re-upholstery, but is robust and tough enough for quite demanding tasks. 200mm long overall.

Reviews (2)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews



12 November 2016

great all rounder

An amazing tool.

I use mine for a multitude of tasks, including chasing in plaster/brickwork, opening tins of paint, prising wood apart, pulling nails, punching holes, and so on.

I purchased my last one about 7(?) years ago. The only damage is a tiny gouge caused by accidentally cutting through a live lighting cable that wasn't quite where I would have expected it to be!

It is one of the tools that has permanent residence in my rucksack.

I am about to order a second one, not because the first needs replacing but because I want a spare one.

Mr John Findlay

24 December 2009

Fantastic - worth the extra

I have this and its' bigger brother - great tools MUCH better than the cheaper equivalents seen elsewhere. Great for easing timber apart on joint lines.
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