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International Ceramics Products

127 lb. Rectangular Swage Block

127 lb. Rectangular Swage Block

$700


Photos from Ted Mays, Tool Collection Tour and Sale   127 lb. Rectangular Swage Block

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This is what I call a "combination block". It is primarily an industrial block but has impressions for creating bowls and dishing to start raising. These shallow depressions are all that is required to make any size bowl or hemisphere. Typically such impressions are too deep and are more mold than universal work impression. -guru

  • Solid Cast Iron
  • 15 x 11 x 4 inches
  • Gentle wear as shown
  • WEIGHT: 127 pounds
Rectangular Swage Block

How to Use a Swage Block The original How-to article for swage blocks by Jock Dempsey, anvilfire guru.


Ted Mays Blacksmith Tool Collection


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