Traditionally, glazing was done with walrus hide covered wooden wheels. These large diameter wheels produced a fine, even finish of perpendicular continuous lines from the back to the cutting edge. This hand finishing process is almost non-existent today and cannot be accurately reproduced with any other method.
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