Morrow's Blade and Blacksmith Shop
Morrow's Blade and Blacksmith Shop specializes in custom made weaponry for the distinguished collector. With over 30 years of blacksmithing experience, Mark has an eye for detail and prides himself on the integrity of his work. Any work commissioned from Morrow's Blade and Blacksmithing will be a one of a kind work of art hand forged by a master of the trade.
Mark Morrow began his career at the age of thirteen from what ever was available around his grandfather's junk pile. His first blades were made from broken saw blades and later he began using leaf springs which he would straighten cold and then grind to shape. Not satisfied with this method he built a small forge that was fueled by charcoal brickets. This worked quite well for smaller projects but did not work for larger swords because it used so much charcoal. Later, with the help of his grand father, he built a shop and a larger forge. This was simply the beginning, and many years later he is still pursuing this art. Once the shop was set up, he branched out into doing hand forged decorative iron work, which he still does (in limited quantity), but his main stay is weaponry and knives.
Mark forges all styles of edged weapons from the European, Roman and Japanese styles. When Mark began smithing, he had a genuine desire to learn the different fighting methods belonging to the varied weapons throughout the ages. During his studies, he found that the swords and weapons available were not built to withstand the test of an actual combat situation. Because of this, Mark determined that he would fill that void of quality weapons and founded Morrow's Blade and Blacksmith Shop. All of the weapons and knives from Morrow's Blade and Blacksmith Shop are hand forged to withstand the test of battle filling a void of quality weaponry and keeping to an ancient tradition shared by many cultures throughout the ages.
Policy for Order Cancellation.
Please Note that most material costs (excluding special ordered materials that cannot be re-used) will be refunded. All labor costs from the begining of production until the point of cancellation are NOT refundable.