Cooper's adz, metal head with wooden handle: a one-handed tool used for both cutting and pounding. Probably a manufactured head with additional handworking (tool marks visible). The long, curved head has a rectangular pounding poll on one end and a rounded cutting bit on the other end. In the center is a ferrule that holds a short, straight wooden handle. The handmade handle is hollow and holds a handmade bolt that runs from bottom to the top. The bolt fits through a hole in the center of the adz head. A handmade square nut on the top fastens the handle to the adz head.