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    F/K by Tagane Arts

    When visiting Tagane Arts site I have always been wondering who bought all they nice things, and where they finally ended up.
    Well this fuchi and kashira ended up in Sweden, sometime they will perhaps be mounted on a sword.
    Is there anyone else out there that have sword parts made by Patrick Hastings??

    Mat
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mats Gustavsson View Post
    When visiting Tagane Arts site I have always been wondering who bought all they nice things, and where they finally ended up.
    Well this fuchi and kashira ended up in Sweden, sometime they will perhaps be mounted on a sword.
    Is there anyone else out there that have sword parts made by Patrick Hastings??

    Mat
    I have a higo set, one for kat, one for (oversized) wak ...
    I like swords.

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    Nice set Mats.
    I couldn't make up my mind; then I saw them on hold I found I was third or fourth in line.
    I ended up with the flat tapered set.

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    Tsuba, Fuchi, Kashira and seppa by Patrick Hastings on my HC1086. This is a higo-style set of F/K, the tsuba's surface is not flat but rather slightly undulating.
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    I've had several sets of fittings from Patrick. Here are a couple of my favorites. Nice stuff!
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    i had a great set from patrick, but let the tsuba go to rob, and the fuchi/kashira are on my rawblade for sale in the classifieds. speaking of which; rob, if you ever want to get rid of that tsuba, let me know first! hehe.
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    I have a ribbed pattern fuchi/kashira set waiting to go on a tanto by Glen Drane
    http://www.ausblade.com/ Home of the Production Sword Data base

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob Taylor View Post
    I've had several sets of fittings from Patrick. Here are a couple of my favorites. Nice stuff!
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    HA! so you are the owner of those turtle ones! i love those ones so very much.

    That's quite a set of koshirae, very cool.
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    I've got some nice ones at home I'll get some pictures of with my new camera.
    They are going on my Lundemo daisho.

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