Wood Paddle, Long
The use of a paddle in ceramics is a common way for potters to alter wheel-thrown forms once they are leather-hard. Paddles are often used in handbuilding as well, and allow you to create even walls paddle smooth coil built forms. Paddling involves the gentle patting of a leather hard ware with a paddle. In addition to shaping, paddling also aids in compression of clay at the pot’s surface, which adds strength and stability to the piece.
The wood paddle measures 13.25 inches long and 2 inches at it's widest point.