Carpenter’s Hewing Axe
Style of 17th - 18th century. This axe is formed by forging and folding steel or wrought iron bar, leaving a small poll, and forge welding in a high carbon steel bit. The finished axe has a 4in. bit and is about 51/2 in. long.
Broad Hewing Axe
This axe was made to a client’s specification. It has a 12in bit and is off-set to hew the right side of a log.
Viking Pattern Axe shape with Elmer’s original Dragon ornament carved and chased into the axehead.
Chased Viking Axe
A Viking pattern axe chased with a design from a 10th Century Viking Isle of Man stone carving.
Tomahawks & Trade Axes
File Ornamented Trade Pattern Axe
Shape based on NW trade axes of late 1700/early 1800 period
Hudson Bay Pattern Axe
17th Century Pattern Axe
Taken from an axe recovered near Jamestown