or steel block on which metals are hammered and shaped.
for shaping metal which is inserted in swage hole on anvil.
with a rounded head opposite its face.
of a horse's foot.
used for creating a draught for a fire.
curve of anvil used for shaping horse shoes
or container used for holding water to cool metal and tools.
on the sole of an horses hoof caused by bad shoeing.
a foot to make it fit a shoe that is too small for a horse.
flat piece of anvil on which most of the work is done.
metal tool used for wearing away metal of other substances which are softer.
in bellows with leather flap for intake of air.
with a broad flat edge that was hit with a sledge to flatten metal.
square brick built block which contained the blacksmiths fire. Blacksmiths shed
was also known as the forge.
heat metal very hot and hammer it into shape.
used for indenting metal to lengthen it.
or brick floor of a fire place.
end of an anvil.
horses foot made up of horn and soft tissue.
tool for removing mud and stone from horses hoof.
iron, pig iron and wrought iron.
in feet of horses.
hammer: Specialized "pick like" hammer.
inserted in anvil for specialized job.
shaped metal tool for turning hoops and rings.
of bellow from which air escaped.
tool used for making hole.
in anvil over which holes are punched.
like tool for filing hoofs.
shaped cutting tool.
for beating sets.
for holding iron in a particular shape.
piece of cast iron pierced and indented with slots, holes and grooves for
on a handle used to hold a horse by the snout.
beating on metal.
at heel of anvil for inserting various swages into.
part of anvil used for chiselling iron.
edge of tool hard by beating and then cooling in bosh.
smelling disease of horses foot.
used for holding metal and removing it from fire.
iron tube through which air was delivered from bellows to fire.
two pieces of metal by heat and hammering.
iron as it comes from the smelter.
durable iron produced from pig iron, soft enough to be forged
brittle form of iron made from re-melting pig iron.
Metal heats at which smiths perform different operations.
Black heat: Faint glow in iron.
Dull red: Shaping metal.
Cherry red: Shaping metal