White-washed crosses for three young men who, before they sailed on HMS Orpheus, were a baker (rolling pin), carpenter (mallet) and a cobbler (shoe last). Driftwood picked up from Raumati beach. It's form is like the surging water, which smashed the ship apart after hours & hours being stuck on the Manuaku Bar in 1863. The implements are attached using sailor's slip knots.
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