Antique wooden strickle – a rural implement.
19th Century. English. Circa 1860.
Stirckles have three possible uses:
1. An instrument used to level off grain or other material in a measure;
2. A foundry tool used to shape a mould in sand or loam; or
3. A tool for sharpening scythes (used in conjunction with sand and grease).
Size: length 17 inches.
Weight: 400g (allow 1 kg once packed).
Condition: superficial marks & scratches commensurate with age and use.
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