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Pricking-out dibber

Early seed dibbers were made from bone. They were used for many different tasks such as picking up seeds or removing leaves and tidying flowers. The pointed end might have been used for dibbing holes in which to plant seeds.

Ref: 1996.020

Artist

Unknown

Materials

Bone, metal

Theme

Tools

Year

19th century

Collection No:

1996.020