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FIDs.jpgFids & Marlinspikes162 viewsUpper fid is dogwood, middle fid is osage orange. Both made by Bill Ghio. Lower fid is bone (probably cow). Bottom knife, marlinspike & sheath are KABAR set I bought ~1971 while serving on USS TICONDEROGA (CV14). Charlie Rodgers
Star_Knot.jpgStar Knot & Fid112 viewsOsage Orange fid, made by Bill Ghio, used to make star knot.Charlie Rodgers
2013_2434s.jpgGalootaclaus gifts from Pete Leenhouts 201276 viewsA stunning Purpleheart plank and an Osage Orange turning blank.Schwartz
Chicago_Rawhide_split_head_mallet.jpgWood faced Mallet178 viewsChicago Rawhude Split Head Mallet
w/wooden faces (Osage Orange)
roy griggs
malletspaltflat.jpgOsage Orange Mallet spalt and flat158 viewsAnother view, this one showing the white sapwood area (not much softer than the heartwood, still solid enough for some chiselling) and the darker brown area i left flat (so as not to make it too small in diameter). The flat will keep it from rolling on the bench!madwing
malletupright.jpgOsage Orange Mallet187 viewsI turned this, with much help from Larry McVoy, at this year's Bagathon. It's from a piece of Osage Orange (Bois D'Arc) sent to me by Roger Birkhead back in '04. About 4" diameter at the mallet, a little longer than a foot overall. Needs cleanup at the small end, that's what's left after parting.madwing
100_5389.JPG34 viewsEnd view. I wedged my handle as the 'traditional' loose head always drove me nuts.neanderman
100_5383crop.jpg35 viewsWhat do you call this head shape, anyway? This one is all white ash, harvested from the same tree and the handle on the round one.neanderman
100_5386crop.jpg25 viewsSide view of the round headed mallet.neanderman
100_5388crop.jpg38 viewsA round headed mallet. Head is bois d'arc harvested from my friend's woods; handle is white ash, from the same friend's back yard. To thank him for the wood, I made a similar one for him.neanderman
DSC02702.JPGEdge Float206 views3/16" edge float with osage orange handle and brass ferrule made from flare nut.Chuck Myers
MillRat_mallets__1_29_06.jpgMillRat Mallets341 viewsLeft to Right
Elm @ 18 oz.
Osage Orange @ 22 oz.
Bocote @ 14 oz. (no lead)
roy griggs
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