A staple for any household dating back to the ancient civilizations, bone needles were an important tool for many tasks. From clothing, to sails, to tents, to wounds and many other applications, the humble needle was vital.
The larger needles are 8cm long, 4mm at the widest point, with a 4mm long eye. The eyes on these needles can handle threads ranging from course twines right through to fine silks.
The smaller needles are approximately 4.5cm-5cm long, 3mm at the widest point, with 2-3mm eyes.
Colours of needles may vary slightly from picture as each needle is made from natural material.