These traditional hardwood pieces are turned on the lathe and finished by hand. Traditional ash and other hardwood fids are used to separate the strands of rope when splicing or can be used to aid in undoing particularly stubborn knots. Gardening dibbers are of a similar shape and are used to make a hole in the soil where small seedlings, bulbs or seeds may be planted. Due to the nature of the environment in which these items are to be used an appropriate sealant should be applied on a regular basis to protect the timber.
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Selection of small ropework fids and gardening dibbers
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This item is supplied with a light sanding and no finish, ready for preparation and waxing, varnishing or painting.
Books and other items are not included and are only shown to give an idea of scale.
Prices - please see Price List A
General stock reference (Stock A5C2)
All items subject to availability. Listed prices exclude delivery and any applicable taxes and are subject to confirmation at time of order. Errors and omissions excepted.