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An­other Drill Hall puz­zler to get your head around

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An­other Drill Hall puz­zler to get your head around

These beau­ti­ful, light-blue glass orbs are from the Drill Hall Em­po­rium at New Nor­folk.

The larger one is rem­i­nis­cent of a Christ­mas bauble while the smaller one is wrapped in a rugged brown rope with frayed ends.

A small lump pro­trudes from each ball with a hole through it to be at­tached to or hung from some­thing. Con­tem­po­rary ver­sions are still in use to­day by hob­by­ists and pro­fes­sion­als. These are made in any shape, colour and size imag­in­able and com­monly made from plas­tic. They can also be made from wood, foam and other bits and pieces.

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