Early English Fishing Fly Tying Stand

A nicely made rosewood box with a drawer in one end nine threaded holes in the top. There are three threaded spindles with white bone tops, two have ball finials and one has two saw cuts so that it can hold a small fish hook or thread. There are two more turned wood spindles in the drawer that can fit in any of the holes. There is a single larger wrought iron fish hook in the drawer. The bottom is covered with its original green baize. The spindles range from 5″ to 6.75″.

England 1820 c.H: 2.25"W: 5.75"D: 8.5"Reference number: 29541