Monthly Archives: April 2014
Recently ive found an interesting array of horseshoes dating from celtic through to saxon times , known as the wavy-rim shoe, due to the nail stamp bulging the outside border of the shoe during the making. The top left shoe … Continue reading
Whilst metal detecting one tends to find lots of iron, mainly in the form of horse and ox shoes,and also lots of broken shoes, like the example above, this style of shoe can be dated to the fourteenth century and … Continue reading
Above is a pair of hinges made for a oak blanket box.