Walnut

Ibor
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Ibor
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Joined: January 11th, 2018, 9:23 pm

March 15th, 2018, 5:11 pm #1

I finished the set from the early Iron Age, wood-iron .... that I write so ...... hahahah ...
The bowl, knife handle and scabbard are made of walnut wood.
The rest is iron ... fire starter and ax.
The bowl has a capacity of half a liter and is cut from a thick branch.
The scabbard to the knife is glued together from two slats cut from a thick branch.
The bowl is impregnated with linseed oil, and the knife and scabbard are rubbed with fat wild boar.
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ateyo
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March 25th, 2018, 3:40 pm #2

Ibor wrote:I finished the set from the early Iron Age, wood-iron .... that I write so ...... hahahah ...
The bowl, knife handle and scabbard are made of walnut wood.
The rest is iron ... fire starter and ax.
The bowl has a capacity of half a liter and is cut from a thick branch.
The scabbard to the knife is glued together from two slats cut from a thick branch.
The bowl is impregnated with linseed oil, and the knife and scabbard are rubbed with fat wild boar.
I always enjoy looking at your work. Everything looks marvelous!

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June 4th, 2018, 12:12 am #3

Nicely done....beautiful wood....
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June 5th, 2018, 7:34 pm #4

There's great value in replication of artifacts.  Usually reveals an unconsidered level of sophistication.
Striking accuracy for forging, knapping and adze marking/cutting come to mind.
Every one of those pieces is very well worked.
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