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Oseberg ship grave - little casket with lid.

Oseberg ship grave - little casket with lid.

How to make a Viking Age wooden comb

How to make a Viking Age wooden comb

How to make a Viking Age wooden comb

How to make a Viking Age wooden comb

Original Trondheim Viking toy horse. "Catalogue No. 14. Wood, L. 12.7 cm, Trondheim, Norway, c.1075 - 1125, Norwegian, Vitenskapsmuseet Trondheim N97259/FU450. Toy Horse. Stallion carved from a flat piece of wood; head with mane, sexual organ and tail are given attention. Parts of legs & forelegs are damaged. From excavations on the Public Library Site where other objects thought to have been toys were found. Most of the toys were horses, carved in a more or less amateur fashion..."

Original Trondheim Viking toy horse. "Catalogue No. 14. Wood, L. 12.7 cm, Trondheim, Norway, c.1075 - 1125, Norwegian, Vitenskapsmuseet Trondheim N97259/FU450. Toy Horse. Stallion carved from a flat piece of wood; head with mane, sexual organ and tail are given attention. Parts of legs & forelegs are damaged. From excavations on the Public Library Site where other objects thought to have been toys were found. Most of the toys were horses, carved in a more or less amateur fashion..."

Viking bowl

Viking bowl

Viking age guksi / kåsa, ladle, spoon and bowl. All birch wood. Uppland.

Viking age guksi / kåsa, ladle, spoon and bowl. All birch wood. Uppland.

Viking age wooden spoon. Birka, Sweden.

Viking age wooden spoon. Birka, Sweden.

Reconstruction drawing of a Viking Age bentwood box from Hedeby

Reconstruction drawing of a Viking Age bentwood box from Hedeby

great idea for permanently hooking my tools to this and the shop vac to the end, no changing it from tool to tool

great idea for permanently hooking my tools to this and the shop vac to the end, no changing it from tool to tool

We definitely need more than one outlet in the garage. Especially with all the power tools that are constantly charging. Ryan will thank me for this project I'm giving him!

We definitely need more than one outlet in the garage. Especially with all the power tools that are constantly charging. Ryan will thank me for this project I'm giving him!