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Just a few little seaxes, blades are around 3&1/2 inches long, handles are bog oak...

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Great work George! last one is my favorite

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Beautiful work George. Your steel and leather work are always on point.

Besides the work itself, I think the most impressive thing is just how you can see the beginnings on modern knife designs in the shapes.

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That's a nice little guy!

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Those are great George! Gotta love the little seax blades.

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Beautiful as always George, I especially like the first one :D

 

The decoration on the metal of the sheath is spot on!

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Thanks!

 

The first two blades came from the same billet, which was an attempt to replicate a pattern I did last year on a much larger blade, scaling it down. I'm pleased that I managed to get the twists so tight... The third one was basically forged from a little scrap I had left over from an earlier project, and though the pattern is a bit stretched I like the shape of the blade most of all.

 

Emiliano, the idea to use the herringbone pattern on the sheath fittings came from looking at your work...:)

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I'm glad my work could be an inspiration to try something different out! :D

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