Studley tool chest - a wall hanging tool chest which holds some 300 tools in a space 40 inches/100cm by 20 inches/50cm (hand made by Henry O. Studley, a piano maker and carpenter). The chest is made out of off cuts of mahogany, rosewood, walnut, ebony and mother of pearl. The fine craftsmanship is exhibited by the fact that each tool fits snugly into its space, often with an audible click as the tool snaps into its close-fit cavity.
The Studley Tool Chest is the most famous example of 19th-Century tool storage currently known. But it's obviously not the only tool-holding masterpiece ever built; it's just dumb luck that the man who inherited it happened to loan it to the Smithsonian in the 1980s, enabling the world to learn