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A well used early 19th century lignum vitae sailmaker's serving mallet, having a concave blade that fitted over the rope, which needed to be sewed to the canvas. The mallet was used to draw tight the spun yarn or sisal hemp. The two parallel grooves are for straining on the yarn. The whole has a good rich colour and patination.

 

English Circa 1820.

Dimensions

3½ in. (9 cm.) Wide 10 in. (25.5 cm.) Deep


Stock number

S/5030
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