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#191712 - 01/21/21 11:06 AM Tingvoll Seax
Gert Offline
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After bingewatching "Vikings" on Netflix I had to make something, so here it is: The Tingvoll Seax.

8 inch blade of 80CrV2 carbon steel, Rc 60
Handle of slices of Stag, Reindeer and Mammoth ivory, separated by black fiber spacers. Silver decorative pinning.
Guard and pommel made of blued and hammered mild steel. Everything riveted on a copper washer at the back.

Hope y'all like it.








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#191713 - 01/21/21 12:13 PM Re: Tingvoll Seax [Re: Gert]
Eric Offline
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Floki and Ubbe could use that for sure


Edited by Eric (01/21/21 12:13 PM)
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#191716 - 01/21/21 04:32 PM Re: Tingvoll Seax [Re: Eric]
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Now that's what you call a Wharnecliff Fighter!
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#191740 - 01/22/21 07:34 AM Re: Tingvoll Seax [Re: Gert]
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Gert,

Great job on the blade and grind, love the stacked handle!

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#191781 - 01/23/21 09:53 PM Re: Tingvoll Seax [Re: GCTom41]
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Very nice! Thanks for sharing.
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