Rawhide Mallets

By on March 31, 2014
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by Judy Ellis, Wire-Sculpture.com

Tool of the Week for March 31, 2014

This week’s featured video tool tip is about the Rawhide Mallets.

Today, Kate Richbourg gives us a quick video tutorial about how to begin using the Rawhide Mallet. There are several sizes of non-weighted and weighted Rawhide Mallets ranging from 0 to 10 that are perfect for your projects. Feel free to browse all of our Hammers . I’m sure you’ll find something for your workbench!



Demonstration by Kate, JewelryTools.com

This week’s featured tool from JewelryTools.com is the Rawhide Mallet,Size 0 – HAM-420.00

This mallet is American-made of the finest rawhide impregnated with shellac.

Used for stamping and hammering metals that must not be scratched.

The handle is made of select ash. Face diameter is 1″ with a head weight of 2 ounces.

Other mallet sizes range from 1 – 4, with face diameters ranging from 1/1/4″ to 4 ” .

Price: $18.95

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G. Deluxe Rawhide Mallets, Size 0

HAM-420.00 available on JewelryTools.com

Rawhide Mallet

G. Deluxe Rawhide Mallets, Size 4


Rawhid Mallet

Weighted Rawhide Mallet, Size 9


Weighted Rawhide Mallet

One Comment

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    Mary V

    April 6, 2014 at 5:55 am

    Thanks Kate, for more useful information! I ‘met’ you first on Craftsy, and have been a fan ever since. You always have relative information presented in an interesting way. Whatever the topic, I always come away better educated, with practical applications for tools and techniques. Thanks for keeping it light!