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Jacek Robotka

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  1. hello, Sorry for late reply. I have drilled holes and silver soldered earlier prepared 'pepple' i hope this make sense. thanks
  2. Thank you. I haven't heard about stave construction. Could you explain what is it please?
  3. I also have in plans to make pattern welded spear head, but always not enough time...:)
  4. hey, Pair of spurs made for a reconstructor (not to be used for horses). Made of mild steel. First attempt to make... Thanks Jacek
  5. hello, One of the last finished projects. Copy of javelin head from Wielbark culture from Rozwadów, Poland. Hand forged from carbon steel with brass inlays. Wings are forge welded to the socket. Copy of spearhead from Wielbark culture from Zadowice, Poland. Hand forged from carbon steel with brass inlays. Thank you Jacek
  6. hello, Completed project including oak scabbard. Thank you Jacek
  7. hello, Thank you. Attached photo of the socket. Socket wasn't welded, just wrapped. Thickness of the socket was thick enough, so didn't required welding. Thanks
  8. hi, Interesting commission work - Timber Framing Slick 3" Hand forged chisel blade from spring steel, handle from beech, leather mask. Total length 762mm, blade length 254mm, blade width 75mm, handle length 355mm. Thanks Jacek
  9. hello, Another recently completed project - Hatchet Axe Hand forged axe head from carbon steel, handle from oak, leather mask. The head is 140mm from end-to-end with a 80mm cutting edge, shaft 400mm. Thank you Jacek
  10. Recently completed project - Germanic single edged sword Hand forged blade from EN45 steel, handle from yew. Total length 1620mm, blade length 486mm, width 50mm, thickness 5m. Thank you Jacek
  11. I cut potatoes in thick pieces, I put them on the cutting edge. The spine i warm up by burner, so it gives spine softer and the cutting edge stays hard. Potatoes contain lots of water, so they protect cutting edge and cooling it down. This method i use during making long blades. I hope this make sense. Thanks :)
  12. hello, Here is few picture from a new project - Germanic seax. Tempering using potatoes... thank you Jacek
  13. hello, Recent project for customer. Slavic knife with pattern welded blade.Pattern welded knife blade made from wrought iron and carbon steel. Overall length 220mm, blade length 150mm, blade width (at the widest point) 20mm, blade thickness 2mm. Oak and deer antler handle. Thank you Jacek
  14. I am sorry didnt had chance to explain yet, but you are totally correct I am sorry didnt have chance to explain earlier. Jake is correct leather is stained and then incised to expose the natural colour of the hide underneath
  15. Oh no, these are just decorations cut out in leather
  16. Seax with decorated scabbard, hand forged blade from EN45 steel, hilt made bog oak, deer antler, leather and brass. Scabbard made of vegetable tanned leather with brass fittings, with leather loops to hang the seax on belt. Overall length 370mm, blade length 250mm, blade width (at the widest point) 35mm, blade thickness 4mm. Thank you Jacek video-1584546483.mp4 video-1584548208.mp4
  17. Thank you. Yes ti is walnut handle. Yes exactly, it is 5mm at the ricasso end with a good taper to it (as per pic attached). Thank you
  18. hi all, Please see recent work and first attempt to make Gaucho knife. Blade material: EN45 steel Hilt material: american walnut, bog oak, bone. Dimensions: length of the blade 270mm, overall length 395mm, width 35mm, thickness 5mm Thank you
  19. 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
  20. Thank you. Yes sometimes, but straight after quenching they can still be fixed.
  21. 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
  22. 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
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