[Sca-cooks] Mastermyr Find.
phlip at 99main.com
Sun Aug 29 20:27:05 PDT 2010
Well, some fellow smiths from TheForge email list reproduced many of
the artifacts in the Mastermyr. It was on display at the Seattle ABANA
Conference a few years ago, and since it, and I, were there, I managed
to borrow it the following weekend, with the help of a few An Tirans,
and we displayed it at An Tir Coronation. It
s really a fascinating group of artifacts. All the pieces were
impressive, but I was particularly impressed by the reproduction of
the Chest- I have a series of pictures from the guy who did that,
showing it in detail. Beautiful work.
On Sun, Aug 29, 2010 at 10:14 PM, H Westerlund-Davis
<yaini0625 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Kitchens and blacksmiths.... one can't have one without the other!!! Yeah!
> I have to reign in my enthusiasm too because bronze is a passion of mine. This
> summer I got a new toy, once I am back on both feet my goal is to sand cast a
> bronze bowl based off Umha Aois experiments. I have other experiments that are
> currently on hold.
> The Mastermyr find is like the "Holy Grail" of the blacksmith world. Along with
> the Osberg and Birka finds the Mastermyr find is just beautiful. We have only
> copied a few of the tools over the years. I love showing the pictures of the
> Mastermyr finds and comparing them to modern tools in demos.
> Bless Bless,
So, you think your data is safe?
Heat it up
Hit it hard
Repent as necessary.
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