The 54SiCr6 spring steel from which the sword blades are produced, have a high fatigue resistance. The chromium and silicon alloyed steel has high stability, hardness and abrasion resistance. A mold is filled with a prescribed composition of metals and these are then melted into an ingot in the steelworks. It is then rolled out to the required steel thickness. During hot rolling, the material becomes compact or denser (the crystalline structure is homogenized).
We offer throwing axes from both steel grades. How do their properties differ?
You often ask about the possibilities in the production of our historical shoes. You can find shoes from several manufacturers in our store. The following information does not apply to imported footwear such as from Marshal Historical, Ulfberth, etc. They refer to the more expensive models produced in the Czech Republic. You simply recognize them - you can choose their size “made-to-measure” (usually the last option).
We are not certain when someone worn shoes for the first time but the oldest found were about 10,000 years old. Since then they came through a long evolution and as the society was developing and people’s taste changing we now observe a lot of various historic shoes and boots containing some really unusual ones. Let’s have a closer look and find out what kinds of footwear had people walking in the streets of old Athens, medieval towns and castles of Europe or 18th century ballrooms.