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I am currently working on a sheath for a broken back seax (reenactment combat blunt).

First some progress photos of the leather work. This is only my second attempt at tooling, so I am very pleased with the outcome.

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For the metal fittings I have taken inspiration from two finds:

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Here is the idea of the layout.

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I wanted to add some inlays, so I did a few tests to see what I am able to do.

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Here is a photo-shop of what I am aiming for.

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  • 4 weeks later...

finished this one, so here are the last construction photos.

 

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Here is the final product. I am very pleased with how this came out.

 

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