Horse Hames parts

Hames Parts

It' complete with bridle and stainless steel rails. Snap-in Single Horse Line Holder. The horse "presses" against the chest collar/belt. The Aka Collar & Hames dishes.

It is an old wooden pair of horse ham found in a barn, as shown with leather straps still attached.

Ancient Horse Names - All In a Day's Work: Identification of wood species in ancient horse names

Geneticist Mike Wiemann, at the Forest Products Laboratory (FPL) Centre for Timber Anatomy Research, has a particular ability: to identify timber types, often with a glance through a small lense that he holds in his bag. FPL biologist Mike Wiemann is preparing a specimen for further investigation. Whereas most of us only see timber, Wiemann can identify different types by looking at the final graining and assessing the magnitude and layout of the fabric component.

A veterinary pensioner, Willis Parker has an expansive ham collections, two bent sections of steel or timber that form (or are fixed to) the necklace of a draught horse. Over the past few years Parker has gathered nearly 400 hams and is working to purify, take photographs, authenticate and name manufacturers to protect the story of their use.

Wilis Parker (left) shows Wiemann his hamen-collecion. Parker took 22 hams to FPL for timber marking on a bright day with Wiemann's approval (whose abilities are in great demand). Others were stained and decorated, used in towing cars for affluent people.

It was Parker who layed out the wooden parts, most of them from the early 1900s, and Wiemann set to work. He found hams made of sycamore, birch, re edelweed, whitewood, acer and edel. After Wiemann predicted the type, Parker marked and labelled each ham with care, and he expressed his gratitude to Wiemann again for his help in collecting such useful information about his work.

Howmann was more than fortunate to help, because here at FPL the civil services are really everything in one day's work. Through his lense Wiemann looks at a wooden ham to determine the type.

A quick overview

It is an old wood couple of horse ham found in a haystack, as shown with still applied leathers. These two hams also have a row of pretty old metal hangers installed. Be a beautiful rural decor as they are, or attach them to your next crafting or conversion scheme.

These are in perfect working order with a lot of aging, abrasion and decomposition as shown. It is an old wood couple of horse ham found in a haystack, as shown with still applied leathers. These two hams also have a row of pretty old metal hangers installed.

Be a beautiful rural decor as they are, or attach them to your next crafting or conversion scheme. These are in perfect working order with a lot of aging, abrasion and decomposition as shown.

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