Prop daggers & swords, decorative metal arts, signs, wrought iron accessories, etc.
Before the age of computers, electricity and even gunpowder, smiths were able to forge iron into a multitude of items. The blacksmith’s shop was the cornerstone of many village communities and provided the necessities needed to survive. Some of these artisans were revered bladesmiths, turning iron into steel as if by magic. In reality, it was a lot of hard work and knowledge, passed down from teacher to student for generations. The most difficult thing for the apprentice smith to master was the tempering of the blade. Since they could only measure temperature by the color of the hot steel, this was normally done in a dark forge or under the new moon.
This is where the name “Darkmoon Metals” comes from. Today we try to honor the past and do everything we can to not only to learn more about our craft, but to pass it on to the next generation. We have a wide range of tools, some well over 150 years old, and use them alongside modern plasma cutting and welding equipment.