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Artist Blacksmith Jake James demonstrates forging techniques and gives a commentary on the evolution of his ancient craft.

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6 Responses to “Blacksmith”

  • xterane001:

    Why is it relevent? Because i want it to be relevent. well said.

  • herbstjh:

    very nice, appreciate the emotions, i wish i had the oppurtunity to travel to europe unfortunately my 1st trade keeps me here and pays my bills now blacksmithing stays on the part time bill, 20 hours a week for 6 years, jake take care and thanks for helping keep our ways alive in your area

    jon herbst abana njba chapter, and regards from Allaire Iron works aka howell works

  • JakeEvilclown:

    I was told it was the largest anvil ever shipped to date in the late 1800’s (US) with a special provision for the weight. and my family still has the original documents to prove ownwership, even older than the liberty bell

  • JakeEvilclown:

    I have a family historic anvil that was the largest ever shipped (to date) in the U.S. and it was under 300 lbs

  • DanOblacksmith:

    Very nice shop, brother.

  • raspatch:

    jake james is my hero!!!

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