Product images of Equipment model; Anchor model; Killick
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Equipment model; Anchor model; Killick
Scale: Unknown. A model of a killick from Newfoundland and Massachusetts Bay. The killick consists of two flat pieces of wood tapering to a point at their ends, which have been notched to form a flat cross shape. The single roughly rounded stone is held in place by four wooden sticks coming up through the wooden cross. The sticks are tied with twine to form a neck at the top and a large eye which has been whipped with cord to hold it together. The cable is attached by passing through the eye and knotted.
Original size: 50 mm x 60 mm x 64 mm
- Image reference: L3610
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London