Bark Peelers

Bark peelers came about from the need to complete a task requiring the use of special tools, known as peelers or barking irons, which were forged by a blacksmith. Traditionally a rod made from a solid piece of iron which terminated in a flattened blade. It was around two feet in length and was used for stripping bark from the trunks of trees.

Simple tool designed to remove the bark from recently felled poles and logs.

Also suitable as a ring barking tool.


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