Web Results

www.cashenblades.com

This is the home page of cashenblades.com and Matherton Forge, the shop of Master Bladesmith Kevin R. Cashen. You may have noticed that you were redirected to this page from the old familiar cashenblades home page. This is a work in progress to bring you more content and information in an up to date, responsive ...

www.cashenblades.com/heattreatment.html

descriptions of the different heat treating processes used in bladesmithing.

www.cashenblades.com/available.html

Nov 6, 2016 ... Here you will find pieces of hand forged art that currently available from Master bladesmtih Kevin R. Cashen.

www.ask.com/youtube?q=Kevin+Cashen&v=KnfE9d47x14
Apr 27, 2016 ... The American Bladesmith Society presents the 2016 ABS Board Knife of the Year by Master Smith Kevin R. Cashen for the 2016 ABS Knife Auction. In this informative and entertaining video Kevin describes his processes making this extraordinary Bowie knife. The knife will be available on Saturday, June 4 ...

www.facebook.com/KevinRCashen

Cashen Blades - Matherton Forge. 1598 likes · 41 talking about this. Welcome to the Cashen Blades - Matherton Forge Facebook page where Karen Cashen...

www.ask.com/youtube?q=Kevin+Cashen&v=QFJFVmti3jM
Apr 15, 2013 ... "The Quillon Dagger" is one of the 2013 ABS Board Knives of the Year and Master Smith Kevin Cashen describes his work and the techniques he used to build this outstanding dagger in this video. For more information bladesmithing techniques please visit the American Bladesmith Society Forum at ...

www.craftsmanslegacy.com/craftsmen/SEASON-4/Kevin-Cashen

Preview episode. As an entirely self taught smith Kevin admits that he did things the hard way. As a boy Kevin was fascinated by swords and at the age of eleven, hammered some copper into his first sword in front of a neighbor's barn, and the experience drove him to spend the next twenty years learning the skills ...

americanbladesmith.com/index.php?section=pages&id=154

Kevin Cashen is a member of the ABS Board of Directors.

www.thearma.org/essays/KevinCashenInterview.html

Respected for his craftsmanship and artistry, as well as his technical expertise and scientific knowledge, Kevin Cashen endeavors to aim a clearer light upon the subject of historical sword making. Click on blue-bordered images to enlarge. 1. As opposed to large knives, how long have you been making swords, for fun or  ...