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Mallet made of oak from a 200 year old dismantled barn. Dimentions of the head are 6 1/2″x4″x3″. Handle is 7″ long and secured with a wedged through-tenon. Weight is approxomately 2 1/2 pounds.
Here is the wedged through-tenon. The dark stain on the wedge is from a very large nail.
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Nice looking mallet. Reclaimed barn wood is brilliant; I have a bunch myself and have a few mallets in the works. Looks great.
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