The blacksmith was once crucial to village life, whether
commissioned for the humblest repair, the most luxurious ironwork
or even the odd anvil marriage. Occupying prime position in the
village, the forge attracted custom from miles around and was a
hive of industry and social interaction. David L. McDougall here
describes the varied work blacksmiths undertook, the tools and
techniques they used, and the magical and mystical qualities with
which they were associated. If you want to know more about the rise
and fall of the country blacksmith - and the recent revival of the
craft - this colourfully illustrated book is the ideal
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