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Del Tin

"The story of the Del Tin Family is part of this rich historical heritage and craftsmanship tradition. Silvano Del Tin together with his older son was producing switch-blade knives and stilettos in his workshop in Maniago, when in 1965 they decided to make some replicas of antique weapons. At first this was jus a hobby, indeed Silvano and son made some swords,halberds, axes, maces and other items for themselves. Later they exibited them in an exhibition in Florence. Due to the great success they obtained in that exibition, They decided to drop the traditional production of knives to make exclusively replicas of old weapons. Fulvio Del Tin joined his father in 1970. Since 1989 the DEL TIN ARMI ANTICHE COMPANY is led by Fulvio Del Tin and nowadays it is offering a wide range of replicas of old swords and daggers and other weapons, from the bronze age up until the seventeenth century. Throughout these years Fulvio Del Tin analysed and produced a great number of pieces based on the originals hold in museums and private collections. His purpose is to make accurate old weapons that in quality and look are equal to original ones. Occasionally the research is also based on the iconography of the time to create pieces no longer in existence. Collectors all over the world bought and appreciated Del Tin's pieces of art which are also displayed is some significant museums such as the Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds (UK) where these replicas are also actively used in reenactment swordfighting. Indeed as a result of a serious and accurate manufacturing process, Del Tin swords and have very good characteristics, their blades are made of well tempered Chrome-Vanadium steel with a hardness of 50HRC. Fulvio Del Tin personally tempers the steel, a very delicate operation upon which the manufacture of a superior blade depends. It is for this reason that there are many historical reeenactment groups worldwide practising the art of swordsmanship using Del Tin's swords and daggers."

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24" Del Tin Ringpull Auto

By: Del Tin
Date Added: 07/18/2023

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