These random second quality wood gavels are from the same final shipment as the wood combs. An unusual item that we do not carry normally. All have some flaws but priced low so you can have fun with them! They all differ slightly – you can see how the color differs for the three samples in the above picture. There are two different sizes (varies slightly) of gavels available.
The larger 10″ second quality wood gavels – we have lots of these.
The smaller 7-1/2″ second quality wood gavels – not that many. One is white and one is gold (not pictured). If you want the white or gold, be sure to mention in the comment box when ordering.
All gavels have removable handles that screw in or out.
Ordering something from us and want to add something unusual to your order for only 59 cents each? (price lowered from 69 cents)
If yes, then add a few of these random sized wood combs to your order…
Some history about these wood combs… We don’t normally sell wood combs. These random sized wood combs came in the final shipment from a supplier that has closed down because the owner has retired. As of writing we have about 100 in stock and they’re in all sizes from 3″ wide to 8″ wide. Many are coarse teeth while some have finer teeth. The supply is too small, too random sized and too low priced for us to sell exact wood combs hence “random”.
You can mention in the comments box during the checkout process that you prefer larger or smaller or finer or coarse teeth. But please don’t be too picky because after all, they are very random sized.
The phrase “wood dowel garden rack” came up in my keyword research. So I had to see what it was. I found this video. It’s interesting. Especially the way the holes for the dowels are drilled.
Watch it and learn something new.
I was looking into the history of the Pisanki egg because that term keeps showing up for search terms for our wood eggs ads. The term is now on the negative keyword list because customers who look for Pisanki eggs generally are not looking for unfinished wood eggs which we sell.
While researching Pisanki eggs, this article by Lamus Dworski was interesting. Have fun reading it and learn a little about Polish history and culture! The wide variety of methods to do Pisanki eggs can be used for wooden eggs. Many different patterns are shown. The tight knitted pouches was new information to me, for example….
Little Bins for Little Hands have a nice post on making egg launchers. Great for tossing wood eggs. Take a look. (warning… too many ads. Perhaps use an ad blocker before visiting…)