Marquetry donkey, 18th century style

Marquetry Donkey, 18th  century style
This marquetry donkey is a direct reconstruction of the donkey described in the Roubo Encyclopaedia of 1772 and a copy of known 18th century donkeys. This is as authentic as it can be. Used with a piecing saw, this donkey is essentially a foot-activated vice, and is very practical for fret-work and marquetry. The one represented here is made of teak and ash. 
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