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Here is the Ingelrii I have been working on , all finished up.

Jeff

 

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Jeff I'm lovin your stuff more and more all the time. Why'd ya have to go and move away , we coulda cooked up some great times together around the forge i'm thinkin.

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Thanks Paul! It would have been nice to have gotten some forge time in.

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That's awesome! How much did the whole sword end up weighing? Nice detail on the scabbard and belt, too.

 

Niels.

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:blink: that turned out unreal Jeff! WOW I love everything about it, that Bread of your is burning brighter everyday!

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I love it! Good job!

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very nice leather work on the scabbard! Looks awesome!

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oh yeah - that is what I am talkin' about... way to put everything together. That is quite a wonderful piece.

I like the sword, the leatherwork, the brass on the belt, the throat and chape... it is just a well made and artful thing. You reached, "the goal" with this one. For sure.

 

kc

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That is a Sword.

Congratulations. Very fine work and a beautiful blade. It is very nice to see how you kept all details on the same level, made with the same loving attention.

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Wow it is woderfull Jeff sure looks diff. than when i was holding it.

Great work as usual!

 

Bob

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Wow, that is a stunning piece. I love the scabbard and fittings too, it makes for a really powerful overall presentation.

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Jeff - that's massively cool!

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Good solid work there Jeff.

One of many complex swords I hope.

 

Be proud of that one.

Ric

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Amazing work Jeff, Very well done.

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Great work, Jeff. The scabbard is fantastic too. I'd love to learn how you created the raised leather ridge that creates the grapevine pattern on the front.

 

Inspiring stuff, man.

 

Dave

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its beautiful in all respects ... I can imagine the amount of time you spent on that.. but it was worth it

 

great work

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Congrats on a very nice sword, and welcome to the very small club of people who have pulled off the inlaid signature B):D

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Thanks for all of the kind words guys. I appreciate them.

 

Dave, I made a wooden core then glued leather risers to it. Then I covered it in leather and worked the leather around the risers.

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Beautiful work Jeff!!!

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Absolutely spectacular Jeff! :)

 

Puts a smile on my face to see

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