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The Heretics Fork

                The Heretics Fork I just love when a customer comes to me with something that they would love to have made and the prospect of it excites me. I recently got asked to make a Heretics Fork. What an exciting job for a bondage blacksmith. The great thing about fetish gear is that it is all so closely related to forms of torture from the past. Fetish gear and torture go together really well and many devices of torture were made by blacksmiths out of metal. The Heretics Fork is a great example for this. Heretics Fork HistoryThe Heretics Fork was mostly used on Witches and Heretics. It was used as a...

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Permanent Collar

Well, to follow up after the permanent cuffs and shackle it made sense to work out a way of fitting a permanent collar. It's just finding a safe and workable way to do it, but as a lot of you know I won't be beaten by a challenge. This may sound simple but when the request is to be done with a single bar of thick steel with no hinges many people would say it's not possible. As always I push the boundaries of what's possible. 

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Forge Open Day

 This is a great opportunity to meet the blacksmith and discuss any ideas or future projects you have always wanted. On arrival you will be given a welcome drink of bucksfizz then directed to the forge. The food will be provided as well as canapays. There will be a bar on site and a live demonstration of the blacksmith fitting a permanent cuff. You will be given 5 raffle tickets with the chance to win the top prize of £500 to spend with us. Any orders placed on the day will receive a 10% off discount. We look forward to seeing you there 

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The Fire Finish

Some people like the look of steel and how it glistens in the sun. Others prefer darker colours such as black or vintage rust colour. As a skilled blacksmith you get to know metals and how to treat them to get different colour effects. A personal favourite is the Fire Finish. It's unusual. It stands out.

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Tackling a new challenge

I like to think outside the box. So when one person approached me recently and asked what he thought was a silly question, i saw it as a challenge. There's nothing a good blacksmith can't do. It's just finding a safe and workable way to do it. I was tasked with finding a way I'd creating a permanent set of wrist cuffs and ankle shackles.  This may sound simple but when the request is to be done with a single bar of thick steel with no hinges many people would say it's not possible. 

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