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Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins' Gloves
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Origin

Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins

Type

Gloves

Effects

User can pull a model from any object to act as a skeletal support system

Downsides

Slowly turns the user’s fingers into clay

Activation

Wearing

Collected by

Warehouse 12

Section

Iris-258G

Aisle

501136-474

Shelf

843376-9501-27

Date of Collection

September 29, 1854

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OriginEdit

Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins was a sculptor and natural history artist whose most famous creations were the 33 life-sized clay model dinosaurs he crafted for the Great Exhibition of 1851. Hawkins was also commissioned to make models for Central Park in New York, but local politics ended the project and the models were buried. His models were accurate for the time, including every detail of the latest scientific knowledge.

EffectsEdit

Worn while he sculpted for the Crystal Palace Park, wearing the gloves allows the user to pull a tangible model from an object or person. This model can then be used as a base for applying clay or prosthetics and will vanish when the gloves are removed.

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