The Pattern Welded Blade

Author: JIM. HRISOULAS
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Now, Jim Hrisoulas, reveals the secrets of this ancient craft, from the welding of the starting billet to the final assembly of the completed blade.

Stage Combat Resource Materials

Author: J. Michael Kirkland
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313307102
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His newest offering is The Pattern-Welded Blade: Artistry in Iron. 72. Hunt, M.
Briggs and Norman Miller. Beginning Wrestling. Sports Skills Series. Belmont, Ca
.: Wadsworth Publishing Company, Inc., 1970. **H, U** LCCN: 74-115824.

The Chesopiean

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Remarkably the pattern-welded blade has endured for well over fifteen hundred
years. ... blades and for anyone wishing to attempt making a pattern-welded
blade see: Hrisoulas, Jim 1994 The Pattern-Welded Blade: Artistry In Iron.
Boulder.

The Anvil S Ring

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as Journeyman in the American Blade- smith Society and Probationary Member
of the Knifemakers Guild), we have a ... THE PATTERN-WELDED BLADE: Artistry
in Iron By Jim Hrisoulas Boulder, CO: Paladin Press (P.O. Box 1307, 80306.

American Book Publishing Record

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739T2 The pattern-welded blade : artistry in iron / Jim Hrisoulas. Boulder, Colo. :
Paladin Press, cl994 vi, 113 p. : ill. ; 29 cm. Includes bibliographical references (p
. 113). (TT220.H865 1994] 20 94- 214145 ISBN 0-87364-773-4 : 35.00. /.

Old English Enigmatic Poems And The Play Of The Texts

Author: John D. Niles
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For photographs showing the use of a particular type of clamp by a present-day
master swordsmith, see Jim Hrisoulas, The Pattern-Welded Blade: Artistry in Iron
(Boulder, CO, 1994), pp. 21, 62, and 78. 89 The DOE, s.v. bend, sense 1.b.ii.a.

Spirit Of The Sword

Author: Steve Shackleford
Publisher: Krause Publications
ISBN: 1440216398
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A Celebration of Artistry and Craftsmanship Steve Shackleford. quench the blade
from 1500°F into heated canola oil and do a triple temper at between 475°F and
500°F, depending on the length ... I use cast bronze and silver, forged and
ground pattern-welded steel and iron, and a variety of hardwoods, especially
figured ...

The English Warrior From Earliest Times To 1066

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Making the Sword A term one meets frequently in discussions of Anglo-Saxon
sword blades is -pattern- welding', a technique for their ... In essence, the idea is
to twist together iron rods, and then to weld these rods together into a blade-
shaped blank which is then further ... important as the technical benefits, the more
so in a culture like that of the early English which delighted in robust yet delicate
artistry.

Forged In Blood

Author: Michael Z. Williamson
Publisher: Baen Books
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She'd heard of pattern-welded and Damascus steel, but had only seen one small
piece of Rob's. ... artistry of it. It was a wakizashi, she recognized. The blade was
about fifty centimeters, patterned with interlocking curls of the ... The guard was a
circle of carved black iron with gold hammered into it in the shape of a rosebud.

The Celtic World

Author: Miranda Green
Publisher: Routledge
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TECHNIQUE, DESIGN AND ARTISTRY 60o BC-AD 600: THE CRAFT
CONTRIBUTION TO SOCIAL LIFE These three were ... Some horse-bits of the
first century BC, and later, illustrate this: the sidelinks were made first in wrought
iron, bent over and welded, leaving a small projection; ... welded on to a softer
blade (an operation needing the very highest skill), the finest of all being pattern-
welded even in ...