CENTRAL EUROPEAN BRONZE AGE BRONZE LANCE HEAD With a ridged blade, round socket with two attachment holes on each side. Ca. 1000 BC
Iron Age iron tools from South and East England
Cunliffe, B. (1975). Iron Age communities in Britain: an account of England, Scotland and Wales from the seventh century BC until the Roman conquest Routledge.
I guarantee you should give money to shrugs for their knives
a stirring testimonial from Tulpa’s Wife’s Husband
Found old pastry cutter. $3
Cleaned off the rust and gave it a new handle.
Blew up the moon.
Roman Iron and Silver “Swiss” Army Knife, c. 3rd-4th Century AD
This was used as an eating implement. It folded and had a three-pronged fork, spatula, pick, spike and knife.
Someone told me to make a “Giger knife”.
They were probably joking, but I still took the opportunity to draw a ridiculous thing.
Stubby little knife. Slightly inspired by sgian dubhs. Slightly as in “almost entirely divorced from the historical pattern of”. Well.
Had an old file with BELL SYSTEMS stamped into the tang. Drew said tang out a touch before forging the next couple inches into an appropriately pointy wedge, and it became a knife tang. The B stamp still shows on the ricasso, such as it is.
English Brown Oak scales. Copper pin forwards and an aluminum ferrule to line a lanyard hole aft. God bless us, every one.