Smiths

Rabenwald Metalsmything - Chris Dietz - Hedgesville, WV

A small metalworking company located in the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia. Familiar with many architectural and jewelry ornamentation styles. We work in many styles and time periods but specialize in Viking period metalwork.

Reaver Forge - Brandon Willson - Stem, NC Reaver Forge and Leatherwork came to be from my joy and passion of both Metal work, and Leatherwork. After 6 years in th U.S. Army, I had tried to work at numerous jobs, but found something lacking. Finally, in 2014, I took the leap and started up, and i haven't looked back since. I create anything that can be thought of, from knives, to woodworking tools, to medieval style shackles, to regular household items. I thoroughly enjoy the work I do, and look forward to being able to help others realize their specific needs. No project is too big or too small, and all are treated with the same respect and passion

Rougemont Forge - Wesley Alberson - Rougemont, NC
Blacksmith and fabricator in North Carolina. I make tools and accessories, custom culinary knives, and large and small fabricated ironwork.

Dean Curfman - Morganton NC :
Founded in 1989 as Oak Hill Iron, we have been serving western North Carolina and beyond for over 30 years.

Over the years, Dean and his crew's reputation grew as the highest quality and most creative providers of hand-forged items in the region.

As time progressed, the company's sawmill and kilns grew as we became more well known for our ability to create beautiful live edge slab tables, countertops, and barn doors.

Today, our shop is comprised of a professional team of eight highly trained blacksmiths and woodworkers who are continually creating the most imaginative works of art in hand-forged steel and live edge wood slabs.


Spotted Otter Traders :
Kashmire Samuru is a smith in hos own right and has become a source for handmade blacksmith aprons.

Historical reproduction is the specialty of Spotted Otter Traders, but by order I will make anything from armor to horse tack.