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RE:I am interested in any ornamental forge work 10 Aug 2011 14:42 #16

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Tom Stovall, CJF wrote:
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I would like to see or hear of all ornamental forge work you folks have done. I will be moving into my new forge shop pretty soon and I want to make farrier ornamental forgeing items.




It ain't forgework, but plasma cut metalart helps pay the bills. :)

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RE:I am interested in any ornamental forge work 18 Sep 2011 20:26 #17

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Made by my friend Keith Fearins at the hammer-in yesterday . . .

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Here's the deal. I'm trying to keep it simple.
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RE:I am interested in any ornamental forge work 18 Sep 2011 21:00 #18

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tbloomer wrote:
Made by my friend Keith Fearins at the hammer-in yesterday . . .


Now that's a good idea !!!
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RE:I am interested in any ornamental forge work 18 Sep 2011 22:50 #19

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Cracks me up, serious points for clever on that one.
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RE:I am interested in any ornamental forge work 19 Sep 2011 00:36 #20

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couple of flint strikers




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RE:I am interested in any ornamental forge work 19 Sep 2011 00:40 #21

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Ray_Knightley wrote:
Now that's a good idea !!!

Yep I like that too. :)
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RE:I am interested in any ornamental forge work 19 Sep 2011 00:57 #22

tbloomer wrote:
Made by my friend Keith Fearins at the hammer-in yesterday . . .

Love that fish! I'm of course going to have to try that one next time I'm dinking around at the forge. ;)

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Hoof picks, I am sure there must be a multitude of different styles out there ?

Here are a couple of picks I make. I did a batch of the horse head ones to give my clients for Christmas last year. Originally I fullered and pulled out a mane to fold over, but it took extra time, and I figured it'd just collect dirt if the picks were actually used, so I went for the more minimalist look. The other pick has a roll on the end so one can put a leather strap through it.



We turn out various models of these snakes down at the forge in Coloma for the gift shop. I like making them coiled, because they work better as paperweights in my opinion. Of course, few people use paperweights anymore...



And at the forge, everyone leaves the clipped shoes alone because they either have to remove the clips, or fold them over. I decided one day that more (average, non-horse) people had screws available to them, than horseshoe nails. Add the fact that screws work better in plasterboard than nails do, and a whole new idea was born.

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RE:I am interested in any ornamental forge work 19 Sep 2011 17:48 #23

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brian robertson wrote:
Cracks me up, serious points for clever on that one.
What to do with a shoe that has ugly side clips - make it into a fish! :)
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RE:I am interested in any ornamental forge work 20 Sep 2011 02:33 #24

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I confess that I am an ornamental iron smith who formerly was a farrier (long ago). I am [ATTACH]17892[/ATTACH]currently working on some barn door hardware. The barrel bolt will go on a tri-fold door. The bolt is 3/4" round. The three keepers are of 1/2" round with each end flattened and thinned to about 4" in length. When driven through the pilot holes, they are clincled against the wood. They are essentially overgrown cotterpins. This is a traditional Hispanic design.

The lift handle was tee-welded (a forge weld) to the bolt using a half round bottom swage as a support during the hammering. The incised X with a dot in each of the four quadrants is a hex sign that was often put on entrance hardware by the early blacksmiths.

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RE:I am interested in any ornamental forge work 20 Sep 2011 21:08 #25

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Frank Turley wrote:
I confess that I am an ornamental iron smith who formerly was a farrier (long ago). I am [ATTACH]17892[/ATTACH]currently working on some barn door hardware. The barrel bolt will go on a tri-fold door. The bolt is 3/4" round. The three keepers are of 1/2" round with each end flattened and thinned to about 4" in length. When driven through the pilot holes, they are clincled against the wood. They are essentially overgrown cotterpins. This is a traditional Hispanic design.

The lift handle was tee-welded (a forge weld) to the bolt using a half round bottom swage as a support during the hammering. The incised X with a dot in each of the four quadrants is a hex sign that was often put on entrance hardware by the early blacksmiths.

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Frank are those cotterpins split ??
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RE:I am interested in any ornamental forge work 20 Sep 2011 23:09 #26

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Me thinks we should have another auction? LOTS of beautiful work here guys!
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RE:I am interested in any ornamental forge work 20 Sep 2011 23:13 #27

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Ray_Knightley wrote:
Frank are those cotterpins split ??

Ray,

They are separated into two lengths, but not split. I was working with 1/2" (12mm) round stock. I made a length allowance for the round stock bend, in this case 3" (76 mm) and I marked where the drawing down on each end should be. I allowed 2ΒΌ" (57mm) of parent stock round on each end which drew to about a 4" (100mm) tapered flat. I bent the central portion into a uniform U with legs parallel, and I hung it hot on a round bar, the bar acting as a mandrel. It was squeezed in the vise to make the circular shape, and the two ends were squeezed until touching, then aligned and fine tuned.
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RE:I am interested in any ornamental forge work 21 Sep 2011 01:51 #28

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tbloomer wrote:
Made by my friend Keith Fearins at the hammer-in yesterday . . .


I've made plenty of fish lips on heels, but they look cool on the toe.

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RE:I am interested in any ornamental forge work 21 Sep 2011 01:55 #29

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I thought heels were supposed to have fish lips.
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RE:I am interested in any ornamental forge work 21 Sep 2011 03:47 #30

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Bill Adams wrote:
I've made plenty of fish lips on heels, but they look cool on the toe.

Now I have an excuse. I make ornamental shoes.

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