Register of known Holtzapffel Lathes
The Pedigree of Holtzapffel Lathes by Warren Ogden was published in 1987 and while this remains a useful source of information, much has changed since then. This project is an attempt to produce and maintain a Register of known Holtzapffel Lathes and, where possible, to include within it photographs of the lathes and any rare or important accessories that remain with them.
The identities of some well-known past owners are shown in the Register as 'ex-name' but current owners are not named. The country of domicile is listed where known.
A private list of last known owners will be maintained by me (the Webmaster) who undertakes not to disclose identities or contact details without their prior consent. Should anyone wish to contact an owner, the Webmaster will forward a message and the owner may then decide whether, or not, to respond. In the event of incapacity, the Webmaster has left instructions for the private list to be passed to the President of the Society of Ornamental Turners under the same conditions of confidentiality.
To download a copy of the Register: -[click here]-
As an extension to the Registers of Holtzapffel and Evans Lathes, there will be an illustrated inventory of certain important lathe outfits. This commences now with a feature on the Tyntesfield Lathe, Holtz No.1890. To download this feature -[click here]-
Thank you! - to those who have sent me details and photographs of their Holtzapffel Lathes for the Register. If yours is not shown please send me a photo.
I have set up a page on FACEBOOK, so if you would like to be informed whenever this website is updated, just ask to be added as a friend to the Facebook Ornamental Turning Page. You can find it by clicking on this link: https://www.facebook.com/ornamentalturning.co.uk
or you can open your own Facebook Homepage and type Ornamental Turning in the search box. This will show you several pages with O T content. Click onto the one with a photo of a Holtzapffel lathe and you will be on the correct Ornamental Turning Page.
Alternatively you can use the free service: 'Change Detection'. It monitors any website you register and send you an email whenever a change has occurred on that website. You can find it at http://www.changeddetection.com I
Last modified: January 16, 2015