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gunrunnerhell:

Shiva Ki Knives - Mercenary

If you so happen to need/want a $5,000 knife.

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heathenharnow:

Där långa skuggor ruva - Part V - VII
© Heathen Harnow - please do not remove credit

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art-of-swords:

Rapier and Parrying Dagger
Dated: beginning of the 17th Century
Blade: probably Solingen.
Material and Technique: flattened blade, hollow grinding, impact brand, smashed inscription; vessel Silver, cast chased, and partly broken, handle silver wire winding.
Measurement: total length 118cm; blade 104.5cm; weight 1.400g
The rapier comes in a set together with a dagger and scabbard. The royal ceremonial weapons set bears on the hilt of the rapier arms and the initials of Wolf Ernst von Wolff Ramsdorf, Elector of Saxony equerry and Marshal 1588-1611.

Source & Copyright: Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden

art-of-swords:

Rapier and Parrying Dagger

  • Dated: beginning of the 17th Century
  • Blade: probably Solingen.
  • Material and Technique: flattened blade, hollow grinding, impact brand, smashed inscription; vessel Silver, cast chased, and partly broken, handle silver wire winding.
  • Measurement: total length 118cm; blade 104.5cm; weight 1.400g

The rapier comes in a set together with a dagger and scabbard. The royal ceremonial weapons set bears on the hilt of the rapier arms and the initials of Wolf Ernst von Wolff Ramsdorf, Elector of Saxony equerry and Marshal 1588-1611.

Source & Copyright: Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden

Posted 9 hours ago

redandblackattack:

So my friend Rusty of Mercy Supply showed me his daily blade that he keeps in his chest pocket, specifically shaped to fit the hand made friction folder you see in the top picture. It’s created by the brilliant American black smith that is Nate Runals

Go check out Nate’s work on the link above and follow him on instagram.

@naterunals

Posted 12 hours ago
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rocklovejewelry:

rocklovejewelry:

Historical puns, I haz them.

… I posted this in May; was too embarrassed to admit that I made it up.  Thrilled that everyone is equally nerdy and got the joke.