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Several methods of casting are used: stone moulds (soap stone), sand moulds and cire perdue (lost wax). Alloys are kept close to the originals, usually copper with 6-12%tin added. The original blades and spearheads of the Bronze Age are often very light, with thin blades and thin-walled sockets. Replicas of these are cast with lost wax method in hot ceramic moulds. All edges are hardened through cold hammering - like the originals. Weapons can be delivered in three different conditions: "satin", "polished" or "authentic patina".
These are real weapons and are not sold to persons under 18 years.
|Click image to watch a YouTube video of bronze casting the Bronze Age way|