'Fox head' tool - furrier's tool
- The tool on the right hand side of this photograph was used by Matthew Shaw, who was a furrier in the 1920s and 1930s, to shape fox heads for the fox fur stoles that were fashionable at the time. The photograph also shows five other tools used by furriers, including a pair of pliers.
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- 90 mm - width (whole), 150 mm - length (whole)
- Image copyright Jewish Museum, London.
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