by Joseph Bockhold
Joe's Work From the 2018-19 School Year
Ginko Leaves Wall Sconce
wall sconce made from ginko leaves held upright in a press
A marlin spike made from tool steel as part of the sailors rigging kit joe made.
Sailors rigging knife made by Joe with a oak handle and copper pins
Curved knife displayed on wood background. Elizabeth calls this one his "pirate knife"
Hot Axe Head
An axe head that Joe made still hot from the fire. Made from tool steel.
Chain made by Joe desplayed on an anvil
wall cusp with ball
A wall hook with a ball at the end to catch stuff. Displayed on an anvil.
Two spatulas displayed on an anvil. The one on the right is closer to the proportions of the original Joe was copying
Twin cusp hooks made by Joe. Joe made a ton of these his first year to practice his hammer skills.
Three hooks made by Joe in descending size with a twist in the middle, can be used to hang pots in a garden.
Combination of Work
These are the items Joe turned in as his final for the fall '18 semester.
Matching "art-deco"/"industrial" door pulls displayed on an anvil.
Joe Forge welded the shaft and bent the ends out to create a BBQ fork. The finger hold shaped into a heart. Displayed on an anvil.
a large metal spoon displayed on an anvil.
air of chain tongs displayed on an anvil. These are tongs with curved ends used for holding links of chain as they are being forged together.
A skewer made by Joe for the grill with a finger hold on the end.