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Jacek Robotka

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About Jacek Robotka

  • Birthday 12/27/1977

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    West Yorkshire, UK
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    Blacksmithing, reenacement, militaria, survival, history, martial arts.

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  1. Thank you. Its not a very common style. Its one of my theory of how these blades could look like. I think they could have been made from splited bone in the past. If they would have shoulder at the tang they could break easily. the handle is mounted the same way as the other hidden tang blades. one of my first one yakut knife with this type of blade
  2. Thank you. Yes sometimes, but straight after quenching they can still be fixed.
  3. Hello, Recently commissioned Yakutian blades. Multilayered damascus blade from carbon steel and wrought iron and the other two from bearing steel. All roughly the same size: total length 230mm, blade length 150mm, width 30mm, thickness 5mm Thank you for looking. Jacek
  4. hi, Very interesting recent project - 13th century's bread knife from the Maciejewski's Bible Blade hand forged from EN45 steel, brass bolster on the handle and yew wood. Total length 340mm, Blade length 200mm, Thickness 4mm Thanks Jacek
  5. The bigger button is made as rivet and its riveted on the long brass strip, which is creates sort of washer for all rivets. I hope this make sense Exactely, thank you
  6. Thank you. They are riveted on the washers. I hope this makes sense.
  7. Recent project - Customised migration period style seax. Blade made of EN45 steel, mahogany handle, leather scabbard with tooled ornament with brass studs, rivets and fittings. Thank you Jacek
  8. Thank you. Its hard to say which side this is come from. As far as I know both sides were using this type of hanger. They were mainly made to order, not as mass product. I hope this make sense. Thank you
  9. New project in progress ⚔ American Independent War Hanger Blade made from EN45, handle from american walnut with brass, guard from mild steel. Thank you
  10. Thank you Gary. I used vegetable tanned leather. I stained the leather using Fiebings Leather Dye and waxed with bees wax balsam. The leather supplier is based in Poland and his website is https://mikasklep.eu/ Thank you Jacek
  11. hey, I haven't visit the forum for a while, busy year...:) I would like to present couple of short videos with one of the latest projects. Thank you for watching. Jacek
  12. Thank you. The inlays are tapped in V shaped groove.
  13. The Hadeby axe was also based on original find from Hadeby, Denmark - Viking era.
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