Stocks are devices that were used internationally, in medieval, Renaissance and colonial American times as a form of physical punishment involving public humiliation. The stocks partially immobilized its victims and they were often exposed in a public place such as the site of a market to the scorn of those who passed by. This scorn was commonly represented by throwing rotten food at the victim.
Topmost appliance shown in 2nd product picture.
Dimensions: Stocks are 48" long, about 11" wide, and 1.5" thick.
The default wrist holes are 7.8" in circumferance(2.5" dia.), and the foot holes are 10.9"(3.5" diam.).
Because our feet and hands are much larger then our ankles and wrists, these sizes will work for most people.
Different hole sizes are available for those that need them.
The finish is called shipwrecked and is raised wood grain and spar urethane finished for easy cleaning.