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Distaff
Distaff is a very important medieval tool and for me very beautiful, with some special magic beauty, not without reasons present in many fairy tales. Lego should definitely make one in castle sets, especially for us medieval fans. This is my attempt to create one custom to minifig size. Unfortunately I have not at this moment white tehnic pin, only gray that I used.
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 I like it 
  August 21, 2013
Great. I actually have similar in the attic. Great work.
 I made it 
  May 30, 2012
Quoting Supreme Annihilator not bad.... but what does it do?
A medieval device that is used to invoke the rain :) Just kidding :) First thank you for leave a comment, I appreciate it! You can find it on internet very easy, this is from Wikipedia.org: IT is a tool used in spinning. It is designed to hold the unspun fibers, keeping them untangled and thus easing the spinning process. It is most commonly used to hold flax, and sometimes wool, but can be used for any type of fiber. Fiber is wrapped around the distaff, and tied in place with a piece of ribbon or string. The word comes from dis in Low German, meaning a bunch of flax, connected with staff.
 I like it 
  May 30, 2012
not bad.... but what does it do?
Djape Djapeto
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White Knight
  May 29, 2012
Super !>.....well done
 I like it 
  March 12, 2012
Simple and beutiful
 
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