Phangs are a type of support spindle, originating from Ladakh, India and throughout the Tibetan plateau, as one of several styles. It is a supported spindle, often turned in a small cup or a bowl. It normally has two pointy ends on each end and a bulge in the middle. The Bearded dragon has adapted the single bulge into two, so there’s a bit of room in the middle of the spindle to hold more yarn without it impacting on the speed and length if the spinning.
LotBD Phang are made in a variety of timbers; Some pyro'ed, painted and some even with some beautiful stone inlay, like malachite or turquoise.