Saxon forge and smelting

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Owen Bush
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Saxon forge and smelting

Postby Owen Bush » Sun Nov 22, 2009 11:49 am

Hi I am new to the reinacting world and am just in the process of joining Regia .
I would like to set up a saxon forge for demonstrating sword and seax making on .I am also very interested in smelting in a saxon style .
Does anybody know of any information on saxon forge set ups and or smelting ?
To add I am a very experienced smith (16 years experience, full time) and make my own complex patternwelded blades and have smelted steel several times in a japanese style tatare .
I have found information on danish and Swedish smelting from an experimental archeology point of view ,I am looking for a Saxon equivalent .
any info on anvil shape ,forge type and smelting would be most appreciated .
All the best Owen


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Re: Saxon forge and smelting

Postby paul atkin » Sun Nov 22, 2009 4:03 pm

Welcome Owen and good luck with your venture into reenactment, i cant help much with the information that you need, but all i can say is that i very much admire your work, :D someone will be along shortly know doubt with helpfull info



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Re: Saxon forge and smelting

Postby davetmoneyer » Sun Nov 22, 2009 5:04 pm

Hi Owen welcome to the forum mad house and also to Regia
I have firsthand experience of Smelting and fabrication from first principles
give me a call 01526 320487
regards Dave


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