Monday, June 13, 2011

Rogers Gate, Part II

A completed side of the gate.

Drifting holes to allow for the pickets to pass through.

Detail of the the drifted holes and joinery.

Fabrication of the "ray" detail is like putting together tinker toys.

Apples, pecorino, French cheddar, luque olives, olive bread, and focaccia: a typical group lunch at the forge.

1 comment:

Jake Novotny said...

WOW man, the gate looks incredible, amazing work