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  1. An Armed Pirate

    From the album Realistic pirate art

    This is an older pirate man about 50-60 years old. He has a green olive jacket as well as a black waistcoat and breeches. Wool stockings are brown and shoes are ordinary buckled ones. The Clothing is realistic and colors are pretty realistic too. This pirate has a red neck cloth and a Monmouth cap with knitted brim. In his belt there is a common sailor knife. He has a cutlass and pistol. The latter one hangs on cloth sling so it is not too easy to get lost. The cloth is tied on a hoop on the other side of the gun so that is why the knot cannot be seen.
  2. Hanger / Hunt Sword - For Sale

    My personal sword that I made myself for Key West is now for sale. It has a brown leather scabbard that is made to fit in a baldric and I would be happy to make a drag(metal tip) for it if the buyer wished. I am asking $600 for the sword and $675 with the scabbard. $715 with metal tip on the scabbard. This is a huge savings. The sword alone would retial at $675 and the scabbard, as is, would be $112.00. The tip regularly adds $60 to the scabbard price. The sword is the first of this design and features many custom options. I also would throw in a free engraving on the blade. A name or logo/crew flag. Here is a link to the thread with all the details. It is set up as a blunt now but I would through in a sharpening if the buyer wishes. Thanks for looking!
  3. Custom Hanger

    I know I promised a full tutorial on this piece and I will write one up and get it on the site, but for now, here she is. This fall I finished this hanger sword for a re-enactor and I just got it uploaded to our site and thought that I would share it with you all. It features a custom shaped wide sharp 27" blade with distal taper. double hand ground fullers(Swatton style). A short false edge at the tip. A custom shaped clamshell with a forged thumb ring. Spiral fluted cocobolo handle. A wrought iron end cap that was ground to shape. A forged Iron knucklebow that was left crusty(forge scale) by request of the customer. More pics and info here : Here are a few WIP shots I have a ton more in progress photos on our facebook here http://www.facebook....81225150&type=3 Thanks for looking. Comments always welcome!