12"W - 14"H - 7"D
This ( 12"W - 14"H - 7"D ) rock is mounted on a pine slab and sitting on a birch
branch that is being made smooth. I left the shavings in place so you can see it really works.
The Plain Rock was found in southern Wisconsin and has a large Lucky Rock
for a front knob which allows it to see in the dark when you are working with it.
The cave men found this to be an excellent tool to add to their tool box collection.
The signs read:
This is just a Plain Rock that was used by cave men
to take bumps off and smooth their wood projects.
This also originated the term, chip off the old block.
Webster changed the spelling from plain to plane,
which still flys today, in the air and on the ground.
This one don't need light to work in, as it has eyes.
Another View from the front and side. (see those eyes?)