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Bisca Blacksmith flattening steel bar

Bisca Blacksmith flattening steel bar

Why do you wear a hat? The hammer paused, eyes as dark as coal and wild as the sky during a storm lifted. A face wizened by time, weather and work lit with a gentle smile. A gruff, but amused voice replied.  "It keeps my ideas from floating away."

Why do you wear a hat? The hammer paused, eyes as dark as coal and wild as the sky during a storm lifted. A face wizened by time, weather and work lit with a gentle smile. A gruff, but amused voice replied. "It keeps my ideas from floating away."

Two mobile sidecar forges, one shoeing and the other drawing out road picks on site. London late 1940's early 50's

Two mobile sidecar forges, one shoeing and the other drawing out road picks on site. London late 1940's early 50's

May the Lord refine and mold the Bahraini believers as this blacksmith molds weapons in the fire. Lord, strengthen your people!

May the Lord refine and mold the Bahraini believers as this blacksmith molds weapons in the fire. Lord, strengthen your people!

Forging    The Iron Age blacksmith would make a sword by heating a bar of iron over a charcoal fire until it was white-hot and then hammering it into shape before it cooled. By reheating quenched iron to a moderate temperature and then allowing it to cool slowly, the metal would become much less brittle.

Forging The Iron Age blacksmith would make a sword by heating a bar of iron over a charcoal fire until it was white-hot and then hammering it into shape before it cooled. By reheating quenched iron to a moderate temperature and then allowing it to cool slowly, the metal would become much less brittle.

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