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  1. Ok - this is an early preview for you guys. I am keeping this one under wraps since it is a surprise gift - but I thought I'd share with you guys since I did get some advice in the Fit & Finish section. Ok, so here it is.. Hjarta Gaddar - The Heart Piercer. Blade is san-mai lamination with scrapmascus. Handle is ebony and holly, with mammoth ivory and vulcanized fiber spacers... oh, and also two pieces of silver tinn. The runes are engraved in elder futhark, written in old norse; filled with an two component epoxy + ashes mixture. Until the sheath is done - these mobile phone amateur pics will have to do. Studio quality pics will come later when the sheath is in order. And now I need to get back down into the forge... So much steel to weld - so little time.
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