The Making of a Classic Kinko Tsuba – Ford Hallam

Ford Hallam, the very talented and award-winning kinko, is featured in this two part video, an enlightening window into his methods and technique.

The tsuba is the reproduction of a missing piece from the mid-1800’s and is an true masterpiece.

Enjoy the video!

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9 Responses to The Making of a Classic Kinko Tsuba – Ford Hallam

  1. wade says:

    That is amazing!

  2. Louie Tirona says:

    I am utterly speechless. Absolutely amazing, thanks for posting this and Happy New Year!

  3. terry goulden says:

    truly amazing had no clue how things like that are made what a craftsman would love to get some made for my self

  4. Murph says:

    Truly amazing craftsmanship. The patience and skill exhibited left me speachless. I believe it is time to wipe the drool from my keyboard now.

  5. Paul Padilla says:

    Wow…. That’s is awesome I’m blown away! He is good!

  6. nathan woodring says:

    i am hoping he will teach another class or several so that i can attend them.

  7. nathan woodring says:

    would like to sign up for his classes if he will hold some.

  8. Hi,
    I love this video. It almost makes me want to give up woodworking and take up metal smithing instead.
    Thanks for showing us your amazing work.
    Best,
    V.Woodcock
    Eagan, Minnesota, USA

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