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Pattern welded seax


Maciej Leszczyński
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Hi all !

It's my first post on this forum so I wanted to say hello and show you my pattern welded seax which I finished few days ago.

Total length 47cm, blade 32cm

Width 3,2 cm

 

 

 

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Maciej Leszczyński - Kuźnia Wilkowo

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perfect lines, pattern and execution. Welcome.

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I love it! One thing that confuses me is how the butt cap is attached. are they just nails? Or is the tang somehow attached to it? Also, welcome to the forum!

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Beautiful work sir. Welcome to the forum.

Could you tell us some dimensions of that piece?

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Nice one! I like the dark look of your pattern weld, and the lines and proportions look super great and historically sound.

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Awesome job, and welcome................B)

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Welcome!

That is a beauty. lovely. You are going to fit right in.

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Impressive work sir.

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Very nice! Those cast fittings will look great on the sheath.

“If you trust in yourself. . . believe in your dreams. . . and follow your star. . . you will still get beaten by the people who have spent their time working hard and learning things, the people who weren't so lazy.” ~ Terry Pratchett

 

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