Andrew J. Welton

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After growing up in Pittsburgh steel country, Andrew Welton attended grad school where they spent a decade studying the archaeology of medieval spearheads. Dr. Welton has measured and photographed hundreds of medieval blades in European museums, and uses this knowledge to create historical reproductions as well as historically inspired kitchen knives and original art. Andrew works primarily with wrought iron and iron they smelt themself from charcoal and ore. They love how these traditional materials’ organic, watery textures evoke the pools and forests whence medieval bog iron was harvested.


Paring Knives for Kitchen or Camping

Most of us use a paring knife every day, but how many of those knives are dull, mass-produced, and plastic? In this workshop, you’ll use rugged and real materials to […]

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