Yesteryear Forge
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jmccustomknives
Lovely.

Rule #10;  "I can make that" translates to; "I'm to cheap to buy it new."

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anvil
Beautiful
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Metalmelt
Would you be able to show a basic tutorial on how you do this? Annealing, where you buy the stock, and just some hammering technics you use to get some of your patterns.

I know I would really appreciate it.
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Skarzs the Cave Troll
I would like to see that as well.
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Yesteryear Forge
This is basically how it was made
This one is in iron instead of copper but the technique is about the same

Give out before you give up - if it was easy anybody could do it
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Metalmelt
That's really great, thank you.
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Yesteryear Forge
The copper one was all forged hot so there was no annealing
Just cut whatever size triangle that suits you and then layout and drill 3 holes to a size that suits you.
Then either saw or chisel cut the shape of the leaves.
The bowl on the copper one was cut into a hex shape before starting and formed on a swage block.
Give out before you give up - if it was easy anybody could do it
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