Children who visit The Warther Museum in Dover, Ohio each get a special gift on their way out: A working pair of wooden pliers, carved from a single block of basswood. The gift is appropriate since the museum houses the work of Ernest "Mooney" Warther, an American master woodcarver.
In the video below, son David Warther shows you how he makes the pliers--in just ten cuts with a knife--and proves that he's learned a thing or two from his dad. Pretty amazing:
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Wow! Thank you for sharing this wonderful "slice of life".