End arm tools are used for leveling the flat bottom of bowls and for other work. It is made up of blacksmith in mild steel, or in iron, from bars, which must not be less than 1 inch square. If made from material _ Inch square, they are not rigid enough. Another tool is called horse; at the end of each arm is a small square hole into which goes the shank of a small stake. A number of small stakes are made to fit on to this horse. They are made in many shapes, fluted or smooth. The long arms permit them to be applied to almost any part of the work.