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Silvia by LongshipArmoury Silvia by LongshipArmoury
Silvia, a Ringare-type sword.
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FilipePVasconcelos Apr 2, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
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GamerArtistWriter106 Sep 9, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
When I first saw this pic, I actually thought, "Is that a Leafman sword from Epic?!" But this is a really cool looking blade! 

I love the design of the handle and hilt, as well as the engraving along the blade itself.
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:iconotatsuke:
That is a BEAUTIFUL blade!

By the way, I looked it up and compared it to commonplace 1025 carbon steel. Other than the composition, they don't seem to have Any difference what-so-ever. Is it that 5160H was less expensive, or did the source I found even know what they were talking about?
The source I found is "Steel-Grades.com"
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LongshipArmoury Sep 3, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Composition does make a difference in terms of wear resistance, hardness, etc. Plus the best steel is junk if you can't heat treat it properly, and we're very comfortable with heat treating 5160H to a good hardness while still remaining toughness. If going with a plain carbon steel, we prefer 1095.
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:iconinfinintexiii:
i want two of this
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PyromaniacVampire Jul 28, 2013  Professional Traditional Artist
Beautiful! I like the carving on the blade! :thumbsup:
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:icondgl001:
is it for sale? do you send to brazil?
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:iconlongshiparmoury:
LongshipArmoury Jun 16, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Check the latest journal entry for news about a limited edition run of this sword currently for pre-order. We do ship to Brazil, although your customs seem to have a limit on length at 46 inches. We ship, but it is up to the customer to ensure that the package makes it through customs, including all customs fees.

Also, because Brazil is classified as a high risk for payment processing, we only accept PayPal and ship after a standard clearance period.
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:icondarthlucasnio:
What kind of materials did you use on the scabbard? looks neat and professional
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:iconlongshiparmoury:
LongshipArmoury Apr 27, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Just wood core with leather wrap and a brass chape.
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