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I like your choice of a "different" kind of seax. I put in into quote marks because when I went to the Germanische Museum in Nuremberg, those were the most common shapes... in any size. And I think you did an incredible job with the carving, flame maple and ebony are really bastard and chippy. Maybe a little rounding on the edges to give it a more 3d effect but the ensemble is awesome!

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