A square-headed hammer with spikes used in stoneworking to either even the surface before polishing, or give it a pockmarked and weathered aspect.
A bush hammer is a masonry tool used to texturize stone and concrete. Bush hammers exist in many forms, from simple hand-held hammers to large electric machines, but the basic functional property of the tool is always the same - a grid of conical or pyramidal points at the end of a large metal slug. The repeated impact of these points into stone or concrete creates a rough, pockmarked texture that resembles naturally weathered rock. The hammer was created by the French sculptor Henri Bouchard. The head resembles modern day framing hammers with their distinctive "waffle head" pattern for extra grip.
The numerical value of bush hammer in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of bush hammer in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
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