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Forging a Folded Axe

Using colonial techniques, a folded axe is forged out of a bar of mild steel, folded around, and forge-welded together with a high carbon steel bit in the middle. 

Watch how one is forged
  • Planet Exploding?

  • A skillet heating up in the coal forge.
  • Copper and Steel

  • Interlaced copper on fireplace tool handle.
  • Battle Hawks

  • Metal handled tomahawks, handle is forgewelded onto the head
  • Sandwiched Copper

  • Custom designed fireplace heat deflection shelf.
  • Andiron

  • Two of these are used to hold logs in your fireplace, colonial era
  • Felling Axe Set

  • Double bit felling axe and belt hatchet with hardened pole for knocking wedges.

Planet Exploding?

A skillet heating up in the coal forge.

Copper and Steel

Interlaced copper on fireplace tool handle.

Battle Hawks

Metal handled tomahawks, handle is forgewelded onto the head Axes, hatchets, and Tomahawks

Sandwiched Copper

Custom designed fireplace heat deflection shelf.

Andiron

Two of these are used to hold logs in your fireplace, colonial era

Felling Axe Set

Double bit felling axe and belt hatchet with hardened pole for knocking wedges.

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