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PW sword plus some WIP


Kris Lipinski
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It's been long since I put here anything.

Recently I finished a sword. It is a composition inspired by variety of finds, not a copy of any special one.

 

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Nice twists in the inner bars! 

 

 

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That came out beautifully! Nice work!

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5 hours ago, Bjorn Gylfason said:

I had been scratching my head over how to do the pins in the pommel and this explains it really well :D

I'm glad it helps :) I used some bronze + brass tiny offcuts with borax and it worked surprisingly strong.

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6 hours ago, Kris Lipinski said:

I'm glad it helps :) I used some bronze + brass tiny offcuts with borax and it worked surprisingly strong.

Back in the day when I was working on things, I was very fond of brazing ferrules and such with snippets of yellow brass, very well scoured of any tarnish, with a drop of borax/boric acid in water as flux.  I always enjoyed that.

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Oh wow! That is an awesome sword, and the patterns are beautiful!

What did the dimensions come out as?

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