These Lignum mallets are traditional heavy carver's or joiner's mallets, hand turned for us by a New Zealand master turner. These beautifully crafted mallets are made to be used, and with the high grade Lignum used for the heads, they should last for generations. Handle turned from ash, shaped for comfort and ease of use. The head is made from true Lignum Vitae.
Mallets come in all shapes and sizes. Traditionally speaking, turned mallets are associated with carving and cabinetmakers and joiners use mallets with flat faces. While you would not use a joiner's mallet for carving, you can certainly use a round mallet for joinery. It is a matter of personal taste.
These Lignum mallets are traditional carver's or joiner's mallets, they are beautifully crafted mallets and they should last for generations. Handle turned from ash, shaped for comfort and ease of use. The head is made from true Lignum Vitae.
Note: These mallets are hand made and the dimensions are only approximate. Also the colour and grain of the wood could vary. The pictures are just a reference.
Available in: 90mm or 110mm head diameters.
- 90mm diameter mallet, Total length 230mm, Total weight 540g
- 110mm diameter mallet, Total length 290mm, Total weight 1.1kg
Crafted in New Zealand
Our warehouse is based in Nelson, New Zealand and all transactions are charged in New Zealand dollars. All shipping is charged at $NZD 8.90 non rural and $NZD 11 rural including GST for shipping anywhere within New Zealand excluding Great Barrier Island, Waiheke island, Chatham islands, d'Urville Island and Stewart Island.
All goods from a single order will be shipped together. If several orders have been made on the same day, by the same person, to the same delivery address, we will do our best to combine those orders into one shipment unless otherwise instructed.
Shipping is free of charge within New Zealand for all overs $250NZD excluding some Hikoki, Mafell, Tormek, Tanos and Veto Pro Pac products. Free shipping is excluding Waiheke Island, Great Barrier Island, Chatham islands, d'Urville Island and Stewart Island.
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