Use for the art of fashioning or ornamenting objects of wood by cutting with a sharp implement.
|Used for||wood carving (6386), wood-carving, woodcarving technique|
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- Woodcarving class, Wellington Technical School, 1897 - Ministry for Culture and Heritage
- Piece of woodcarving found in a small cave - The University of Auckland Library
- CW Dover, C Hall, F Quayle in woodcarving studio, 1940 - Auckland Libraries
- Piece of woodcarving found in a small cave, now held by Whangarei Museum - The University of Auckland Library
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