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Harold and Saxon Deluxe Round Head Mallet

Product Code: HS-MALLET-R

$160 inc GST
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Harold and Saxon Toolworks are individually handcrafted in Australia, showcasing a range of Australian "Arid Zone" or "Outback" hardwoods.

These Deluxe Round Head mallets by Harold and Saxon are beautiful to behold! But don't let their beauty scare you from using them, as the Australian hardwoods used are perfectly suited to weather the work being both durable and with a high modulus of elasticity. The head of the mallet in our offering is turned from Myall - Acacia pendula, which tips the scales on average at 1100kg to the cubic meter! It is dense, hard-wearing and rich in chocolate tones. This has been combined with a rare Australian Sandalwood (Santalum spicatum) handle, transitioned via a brass ferrule. The tool is completed with the addition of a laser-emblazoned brass logo inlay.

Round-head mallets are often the preferred choice for carvers; however, they can be used for many applications where a mallet blow is desired. Overall, this mallet stands at 225mm in length. The head itself is 95mm in length and approx. 70-75mm in diameter. The weight of the mallet averages between 450 and 500g, according to natural timber variability.

As beautiful as it is functional and worthy of inclusion in any workshop.

About the maker - Trent Powrie is the man behind Harold and Saxon Toolworks, one of only a handful of Australian tool makers whose legacy now spans more than a decade. Originally known for his Premium (and rare!) Bench Chisels, after a period of limited supply, Trent is manufacturing again and has expanded his offering to include a range of common workshop tool needs, including those offered through Carbatec in various mallets, strops and an awl. Key to these predominantly timber tools is his use of highly sought-after Australian "Arid Zone" hardwoods - equally as beautiful as they are perfectly suited to the task. Occasionally, Trent also releases some limited edition exotic timber variants.
Brand Harold and Saxon