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Lyda-Ferdinand Collection - Church Window Anvil

Antique Anvil Conical Horn Anvil

Antique Church Window Anvil with Conical Horn

This is one of those flat backed anvils that can be tiped on its side or heel end to use the "church windows" as shaping surfaces for armour or repousse'. The foot and heel make stable feet to use the horn like a cone and the long curve between horn and foot for curved work. This anvil has an unusual sloping full conical horn for that purpose. Modern anvils should be so well designed.

  • Dimensions:
    • Height 13-1/2" x Width 6-1/2" x Length 21" (343 x 165 x 533 mm)
    • Base = Length 15-1/4" x Width 9-1/2" (387 x 485 mm)
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