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Creating a Fulham Scabbard With Reprousse~ Plates - Pointer - 09-01-2017

I am Creating a Fulham Scabbard With Reprousse~ Plates for a client for the latest sword I have made.  You can see the videos, and the pictures describing what I am doing on my Facebook Page: Master Carver and Maritime Artist Patrick B. Pointer.  I figured with all of the pictures and the videos, it would be best to keep it all there.

You might also want to "Like" my Page... I do free Give-Aways from time to time for my members.

Also... I will be changing all of my information as I am beginning to go into Sword and Scabbard Making Full Time.  I am currently doing the artwork, webpage, stamps for my swords etc. and will be unveiling it all soon.

Join me on my Facebook page and follow the creating of this scabbard.

--Patrick


RE: Creating a Fulham Scabbard With Reprousse~ Plates - Pointer - 09-06-2017

Scabbard Progress Update, September 6, 2017...   Main Terminal Scabbard Plate nearly finished... Note: The original Main Terminal Scabbard plate and the Triangular Chape Plate where original archeological finds from a "MAINZ" Sword Scabbard.  My Client has a "Fulham" Scabbard. These plates had to be "Re-drawn" by hand and scaled down to fit.  My client and I also decided to stay accurate, however, to make things a little more balanced and symmetrical.  From a lot of my research on these type of scabbard plated where the Insignia on the terminal plate is most likely the Insignia on that Legion's Scutum Shields, this design natural becomes a little crooked as the metal moves during the repousse process.  So... here is the Terminal plate... It still needs an inscription in the barren name plate at the top, the outside border has to have the "Rope" pattern put into it and... a few things need to be etched in the background...


RE: Creating a Fulham Scabbard With Reprousse~ Plates - Doc - 09-09-2017

Excellent Work Patrick…..

Where can you be contacted for commissions?

Cheers


RE: Creating a Fulham Scabbard With Reprousse~ Plates - Pointer - 09-14-2017

(09-09-2017, 08:57 PM)Doc Wrote: Excellent Work Patrick…..

Where can you be contacted for commissions?

Cheers

Thank you Doc.

If you are interested in a commission send me an email to: [email protected]

(09-06-2017, 06:26 AM)Pointer Wrote: Scabbard Progress Update, September 6, 2017...   Main Terminal Scabbard Plate nearly finished... Note: The original Main Terminal Scabbard plate and the Triangular Chape Plate where original archeological finds from a "MAINZ" Sword Scabbard.  My Client has a "Fulham" Scabbard. These plates had to be "Re-drawn" by hand and scaled down to fit.  My client and I also decided to stay accurate, however, to make things a little more balanced and symmetrical.  From a lot of my research on these type of scabbard plated where the Insignia on the terminal plate is most likely the Insignia on that Legion's Scutum Shields, this design natural becomes a little crooked as the metal moves during the repousse process.  So... here is the Terminal plate... It still needs an inscription in the barren name plate at the top, the outside border has to have the "Rope" pattern put into it and... a few things need to be etched in the background...

Progress on the Scabbard.

All of the plates have been created. The Repousse has been applied... The cutaways on the Chape Plate have been made.  The Chape finial is finished.  The Gutters are made and fitted.  The Suspension bands still need to be made.  Here is the update pics.


RE: Creating a Fulham Scabbard With Reprousse~ Plates - brennivs - tony drake - 09-14-2017

Excellent work Patrick Wink  coming along nicely.
Regards Brennivs Big Grin


RE: Creating a Fulham Scabbard With Reprousse~ Plates - Pointer - 09-14-2017

(09-14-2017, 06:41 PM)brennivs - tony drake Wrote: Excellent work Patrick Wink  coming along nicely.
Regards Brennivs Big Grin

Thanks Tony...