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Artwork representing a carver’s adze (part a) and two glass mauls (parts b-c). The adze blade is made of glass, the handle is maple, painted black. Handle is mostly cylindrical, but narrows towards the top, coming to a point. The blade is oblong, flaring out near the bottom edge, attached to hafting platform with thin, clear plastic twine. More plastic twine wrapped around the handle, near the bottom, to form a handgrip. Artist signature and year engraved into blade, directly below the twine. The larger maul (part b) has a small circular top, tapering handle, and a flared circular bottom. Both ends are flat. The other maul (part c) has a small circular top, tapering handle, and a flared circular bottom. Top has tall, rounded point in centre. Bottom end is flat. Artist signature and year engraved along the bottom edge of both mauls, on the centre back.

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