Based off the 15th century Luck of Edenhall case from the V&A Museum. Case made out of leather built over a form. Glass supplied by the customer. Tooled with designs in keeping with historical examples and the medieval aesthetic.
Categories: LEATHER WORK
A custom bauernwehr based off an extant example with and added scabbard. This robust knife is accented by a shell shaped nagel. The blade is 6150 spring steel and brought to a hand finish. Overall length: 17″ (43.3 cm) Blade length: 11.75″ (29.8 cm) Grip length: 3.875″ (9.8 cm) Weight: about 1 lbs (435 grams) Materials: antler, mild steel, 6150 spring steel, poplar (scabbard core), and leather.
Based off an extant example of the mid 15th century. The hanging system is inspired by a few modern reproductions. The sword crossguard and pommel are mild steel, and the blade is 6150 tempered spring steel. The scabbard details are loosely based off surviving examples. The final specs for the sword: Overall length: 34.125″ 86.7cm Blade length: 27.25″ 69.2cm Blade width at cross: 2″ 5cm Grip length: 4″ 10.16cm Crossguard width: 7.625″ 19.4cm Balance point: 2.25″ 5.7cm Overall weight: 2.72lbs […]
A custom dagger based off an extant example with and added scabbard. This dagger has an very elegant almost understated design. The crossguard, pommel, and finial are all carve/filed bronze and the grip is of boxwood. The blade is 6150 spring steel and brought to a hand finish. Overall length: 14.75″ (37.7 cm) Blade length: 10.325″ (26.5 cm) Grip length: 3.18″ (8 cm) Cross guard width: 1.44″ (3.5 cm) Pommel width: 1.25″ (3 cm) Materials: bronze, boxwood, 6150 spring steel
This piece is based on an original engraving attributed to ‘Master BXG’ around 1470-1490. The customer wanted a custom wood core scabbard to be made along with tooled details. Materials: Blade, hardened 6150 steel; Grip, walnut; Guard, bronze; Scabbard is poplar and leather.
A customer approached me to alter an Albion ‘Munich’ sword to try and match the original more square grip. After the customer consulted Peter Johnsson on how to do this best (because the dimensions are very close to the original), we went with sanding down the grip to the more angular shape. Then I added .5mm cord around the wood to fill the grip back out a bit. After this I covered it again in leather and added a bit […]