Tawses originally come from Great Britain and were used as a corporal punishment tool of the judiciary and in schools.
The model for this Tawse, in contrast, originates from a Parisian establishment of the 19th century, which even at that time was devoted to the topic of corporal punishment with an erotic background.
It's appearance is therefore appropriately elegant and filigree.
The effect can be nicely adjusted from playfully slapping to strict and punishing.
The two layers of leather are not sewn together in the area of the fingers, so that three double fingers are formed.
The edges are attentively tapered and offset in black.
Additionally, an embossed line decorates the midlde.
The handle is re-enforced with a slightly flexible inlay.
We produce these Tawses from heavy English saddle leather (please see additional description below) in the following colours:
- black with black stitching
- black with maroon stitching
- mahagony with edges and stitching in black
- london with edges and stitching in black
(please choose colour below)
Length of fingers approx 22 centimetres
Total length approx. 40 centimetres
Width approx. 4 centimetres