age old tradition in the north of England, playing the
"bones" was a working mans accompaniment to the fiddle and
the concertina, often helped along by the sound of clogs on flagstones
and a pint of real ale. The closely linked playing of spoons
was generally left to the "namby-pamby
were often made from other materials such as slate, wood and stone as
well as sheep's ribs.
are hand-carved, sanded and polished and are packaged in pairs with a brief instructional
leaflet. They are available in jarrah, sheoak and western rosewood.
Sometimes in other timbers when available.