This blade is a three bar composite of 15N20 and 1095 steels.
The center bar is 150 layer twisted pattern weld.
The spine and edge are 300 layer straight grain pattern weld.
The blade is 30“ long and 1 5/8“ at its widest
Blade is being mounted by David DelaGardelle
Ebony Wood Chisel set
Wrought iron face with tool steel edge.
The handles are ebony and the butt and ferrule are polished steel
The set ranges from 1/4” to 2” (1/4,1/2,5/8,3/4,1,1 1/2 and 2”)
This set was a commission from a Father to Son. The Son recently passed away and the Father wishes to sell the set to fund a scholarship in his Son’s name. Price is $3,000 and contact information is Ed Gurrie
Spiral Entry Table
This table is forged from mild steel with a traditional finish.
35 inches tall and the top is 16 x 24 inches.
The top is forged into a gentle tapered hexagon with a continuous twist and then coiled upon itself. If it were straightened out if would be 42 feet long.
The legs are of similar form and the whole is bound with a wrap in the traditional manner.
Weight is 100 pounds.
Two sample pieces proofing the design and technique
Forged steel wax finish
The upper chime is balanced on a pin so it will ring and pivot in a circle when struck.
The striker is forged form a single piece with a flare to match the chime and ball for striking. Both ends matching the chime body.
Forged steel with traditional joinery.
15” tall 5” wide. Handle is 1” square bar with fluted twist.
Mounted on maple display board for reference.
$1,500 per pair