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Hello everyone! how are you! I hope that full of expectations for this new year that is coming, the best of wishes and that is better than the year that happened !. I wanted to show you what would almost be a wip, of a sword inspired by a ceremonial sword that has on its scabbard seven kings who used it over time. The project started with a sword type X gaddhjalt style built in steel 5160 and with a traditional scabbard on which we planned the placement of the seven kings engraved and embossed in copper plate. then we put two bronze splints and sunchos and all pointed nails with bronze nails. It is the first of its kind that we did so I hope that the next one comes out better, greetings and good new year for all.

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Fabulous!  Top-notch craftsmanship, sir!

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I thought the brass stood out a bit to much until that patina shot, then it was freaking amazing.

 

" seven kings,

Sat seven thrones.

Built upon,

Their subjects bones.

 

 Seven kings,

With sword ahand.

Ruled upon,

This broken land."

Edited by Jonathan Silas
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Very nice entry to the 2018 KITH! :lol:

Joke aside, this is just sick, all of it. I am bowing right now even though you can't see.

 

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That is fantastic work!  Oh man, I love that scabbard so much

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7 hours ago, peter fontenla said:

It is the first of its kind that we did so I hope that the next one comes out better, greetings and good new year for all.

Seriously, you hope the next one comes out better. Oh my God man, I don't think you left anything to shoot for with this one, short of transporting back into time to see it used!!

The way you have the photos put together show the work at various stages and some of the "how" but, I can't imagine the hours of work that went into this one. The scabbard is an absolute work of art! The only thing left is a dragon embedded in the sword itself!! OK now I was only joking about the dragon but,........................ This kind of work shows anyone out there what is possible, however how many of us will actually achieve this level, remains to be seen.  Image result for bowing to the master emoji

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Wow. This is amazing. Love that copper work esp. outstanding!

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Wow! What a great scabbard that made! I love it. Fantastic work, man!  Thanks for sharing it with us.

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Incredible work!! Thank you so much for sharing

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Awesome stuff Peter. Well done. All the best for 2018 to you too.

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Very well done! 

That repousse brass looks like you brought it back from the middle-ages 

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that is a beautiful piece of craft. I am truly impressed with the effort and outcome. Please make more, and share the process with us.

 

kc

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Would someone please point out the flaws here? Because I cant find a damn one. That is absolutely beautiful!

Tom

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Well, now. I cannot add much to what has already been said. Thanks for bringing this to the forum. What a spectacular piece of craftsmanship.

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Wow, Just WOW!

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