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He deals with reconstructive archeology and I have periods that I do things only with iron ... and at other times with bronze.
Now, I'm dominated by bronze.
Here are a few and them.

Dagger, knife and two pins, reconstructions from the Bronze Age in the Carpathians.

Knife 28.5 cm, weight 150 grams.
Dagger 37 cm, weight 440 grams.
Pin,19 cm, weight 45 grams.

He deals with reconstructive archeology and I have periods that I do things only with iron ... and at other times with bronze.
Now, I'm dominated by bronze.
Here are a few and them.

Zoomorphic dagger.

Koban culture, 1100 - 400 B.C,Caucasus. Length 30 cm, weight 210 grams.

Scythian set.

Ax head length 16 cm, weight 235 grams.
The length of the whole 56 cm.
Tin bronze + wood + boar bristle and horse mane + braided cord made of linen.
Knife length 27 cm, weight 170 grams, hand engraving.

Bronze Age in Carpathian zone.

Two axe,Bronze Age in the Carpathian,1300 B.C. The larger one with round head, 17 cm long, weight 190 grams, smaller, with decorations 13,5 cm, weight 220 grams.

Koban culture,axe.

Koban culture, 1100 - 400 B.C, ax. Weight 220 grams, head length 14.5 cm, length 66 cm. Hand engraved.

Scythian bronze axe.

Scythian ax. Head weight 200 grams, length 14 cm. The length of the whole 64 cm. Hand engraved.

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Very interesting pieces Ibor. Are there any links where we can get a look at the artifacts? Those are beautiful pieces, I'd like to know more about the originals.

Frosty The Lucky.

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I'm intrigued by the pins...what would have been their purpose?  Rather long for any purpose I can immediately bring to mind.   ???

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Whats about -Sharing some nice pieces of craftsmanship, proud, give us fellow bronze casters some inspiration, name of this head topic ............???? Don't think Ibor try to sell us the stuff all the way from Poland ^_^ Cheers, Hans

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