A Blacksmithing Demonstration with Conrad Bernier during the Marion ...

Marion, MA – Anthi Frangiadis Associates is pleased to host Conrad Bernier, a blacksmith and Rochester resident for a demonstration during the Marion Christmas Stroll, Sunday December 14 from 4pm to 6pm.  Bernier will join us with his forge and anvil to demonstrate this age old trade—don’t miss this is a unique opportunity to speak directly to the maker of traditional metalwork.

Sweetheart hooks will be featured during the live demonstration.  Join us to learn about blacksmithing and enjoy some hot cider while you browse the curated collection of hand made artisan work in the Drawing Room.

“The Drawing Room promotes and supports artisans throughout the year. Visit us in December to discover one of a kind pieces that can enhance your home or office. Buy art, buy local, and support artisans this Christmas,” Laurie Galia says.

The Drawing Room is a design showroom within Anthi Frangiadis Associates, a full service architecture firm, which features original handcrafted pieces made by New England artisans. All artisan work is for sale, order or commission. In addition to design services and original artwork and furnishings that can be incorporated into your home or office, we represent several cabinet lines, fabrics, paints and American made upholstered furniture. A different approach to bringing your architectural projects to life.

Blacksmiths for a day at Rush Ranch

  1. Mayor R. Everett Pannier said the anvil came from the last existing blacksmith shop in the town of about 4,100. “I can remember as a kid going there with my dad,” Pannier, 71, said. “It was a regular blacksmith's shop.” The Karl and Proctor Lind
  2. A self-evident action, “bending” occurs when the metal is soft and a bend can be done with a hammer over the horned edge of the anvil or by inserting it into the “Hardy Hole,” the square hole at the top of the anvil. Then there are the hammers, all
  3. Blacksmith artists Jeff Fetty and Lucas Warner of Spencer, W.Va., did the work on the horses. “We're following techniques that blacksmiths have used for centuries,” said Fetty, 61. In essence, they take hot steel from the forge, drop it onto an anvil

Responses to Blacksmith Anvil

viko says:

Oct 27, 2010

hi, where can i buy used blacksmith anvil?

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