A Viking Age fashion
A log rolling tool.
Kuksa cup carved
from birch burl.
Other metalwork and handicrafts
A spearhead made of blackened carbon steel in Viking Age fashion.
A camp axe forged from a single lump of carbon steel.
A Viking Age style
drinking horn with brass mounts.
pouches with brass-cast buckles.
Archer's arm guards
made from leather.
The key to Erebor,
inspired by the movie "The Hobbit". Both are made from patinated brass.
Statue of the dragon
Smaug sculpted from clay and wood.
A Viking-style shield.
A medieval-style flanged mace.
Two firesteels forged from iron.
A crossbow with a wooden lath.
Two English longbows with accompanying arrows and quivers.
A large candle holder of blackened iron, made to stand on the floor.
A small table candle holder made of blackened iron.
A combined earspoon/toothpick made of bronze and according to a medieval
find from Pernaja, Finland.
A convex shield-boss forged from an iron sheet.
An arrowhead forged from a single piece of carbon steel.
A boar spear welded from multiple parts.
A spearhead of
Petersen's type M with a
wolf's tooth pattern, constructed according to a find from Laukko in
spearhead of Petersen's type G. The socket is silver-plated and decorated
with carvings. The spearhead is based on a find from Osmanmäki in Eura.