A beechwood tensioning tool for upholstery webbing. Rebated on one edge and slotted for frame location and slotted with peg on retaining chain. The webbing is looped through the slot and held by the dowel so that the stretcher can adjust the tension in the web.
Maximum width of webbing that can be used is 50 mm (2in).
EMIR, began life in 1932, quickly earning a reputation for the craftsmanship that went into its range of wooden planes and other quality hand tools.
The name had been associated with hand-tool manufacture since 1852, when manufacturing began in the town of Remscheid, Germany. The Bermondsey, London, workshop was established by Friedrich Wilhelm Emmerich.
In addition to tools, the Bermondsey Company manufactured a simple, general-purpose craft bench and over the following 70 plus years, EM
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