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  1. Hi guys, her my and my son raphael ( 11 years ) stand at the medeval market. Its the 4. year my son sell flint stones, firesteel and tinder fungus. He make all him self. With the money he earn, he can make wath he want. He love do that. [/IMG] [/IMG] [/IMG] [/IMG] [/IMG] [/IMG] Ruggero
  2. Hi Alan, the stabilized coral go very easy to grind, drill......The piece was very stable and compact. Ruggero
  3. Hi all, here my newest seax for a customer. Blade from Ondrej, wrought iron and ? . 180mm long, 28mm high by the handle and 5mm thick. Handle from stabilized red coral, bone and brass. The customer wanted a turned one ( viking sign for lake ) on the blade. The sheath he make him self. [/IMG] [/IMG] [/IMG] [/IMG] [/IMG] Ruggero
  4. Hi Alex, the Antler is one piece. I cut the channel freehand with the anglegrinder and finish with file. [/IMG] Ruggero
  5. Hi all, here a simply friction folder : Damascus blade from 1095 / 15N20. 110mm long, 25mm high and 4.5mm thick. Total lengt 250mm. Handle from Deer Antler [/IMG] [/IMG] [/IMG] [/IMG] [/IMG] Ruggero
  6. Now with lava : [/IMG] [/IMG] [/IMG] [/IMG] [/IMG] [/IMG] [/IMG] Ruggero + Raphael
  7. And here the finished knife : [/IMG] [/IMG] [/IMG] [/IMG] [/IMG] Ruggero
  8. And here with a bit carving. I decided to make a endcape with a ring ( Viking Style ) [/IMG] [/IMG] [/IMG] Ruggero
  9. Hi all, here my last little knife, blade from C105 with etched surface. 105 x 28 x 6.5 mm thick by the handle. Handle from reindeer and brass. Between the two pieces of brass, i go to carv a Viking knot. I am not sure at the moment. [/IMG] [/IMG] [/IMG] Ruggero
  10. Hi Ondrej, i am to slow !!! But no problem. I need a blade , similar the first broken back. The broken back a bit more rounded. But with this mesures : Wrought iron +W5, length: 18 cm, width: 2,8 to 3,2 cm, thickness: 6mm at the tang. I need two little spear point blades. Wrought iron +W5, lenght 14 cm , 2,8 cm at the tang, 6mm thick at the tang. Nice pointed, let go your phantasy. You can make me the 3 blades in 3 weeks ? Ruggero
  11. Hi Ondrej, i take all 4 blades. At moment i not can pay with paypal. Send me your banc informations with price for all blades shipped to switzerland. Ruggero
  12. Hi guys, the last time i make with my 11 years old son Raphael, a gameboard for Warhammer 40k. We make the board from hard foam. We work with a electric foam cutter. The meteorites are colored stones we found at the river. We have not finished. From the mountain we make lava falls. There fall down to the two reservoirs, behind the big meteorite. [/IMG] [/IMG] [/IMG] [/IMG] [/IMG] [/IMG] Ruggero and Raphael
  13. Hi Guys, little dagger with sheath. Runes : Dragontooth [/IMG] [/IMG] [/IMG] Ruggero
  14. Knife with sheath : [/IMG] [/IMG] Ruggero
  15. Hi Guys, i think we speek not from the same tree. The dust is poison. But no problem to touch the Wood and tree. This one is : Cotinus coggygria, syn. Rhus cotinus, the European smoketree,[1]Eurasian smoketree, smoke tree, smoke bush, or dyer's sumach is a species of flowering plant in the family Anacardiaceae, native to a large area from southern Europe, east across central Asia and the Himalayas to northern China. It is a multiple-branching shrub growing to 5–7 m (16–23 ft) tall with an open, spreading, irregular habit, only rarely forming a small tree. The leaves are 3–8 cm long rounded ovals, green with a waxy glaucous sheen. The autumn colour can be strikingly varied, from peach and yellow to scarlet. The flowers are numerous, produced in large inflorescences 15–30 cm (5.9–11.8 in) long; each flower 5–10 mm diameter, with five pale yellow petals. Most of the flowers in each inflorescence abort, elongating into yellowish-pink to pinkish-purple feathery plumes (when viewed en masse these have a wispy 'smoke-like' appearance, hence the common name) which surround the small (2–3 mm) drupaceous fruit that do develop. Ruggero
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