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Monthly Archives: May 2018




  • Sword Maintenance Guide

      If you are a beginner to sword maintenance or a first-time sword buyer, these handy tips can put you on the right track when it comes to looking after your sword. The type of sword that you have is an important factor that dictates which cleaning method is best to use. Swords tend to fall under 2 general classifications, stainless steel wall-hangers or spring/high carbon steel functional swords. There are exceptions, but in general your sword will likely fall into one of these categories. Stainless steel wall hangers are usually very decorative and designed to look good when hung on your wall. What they lack in functionality they make up for in ease of maintenance. Simply wiping them down with furniture polish/window cleaner and a soft cloth will remove any greasy fingerprints or grime. You can use special stainless steel cleaning compound if you want to get a highly polished finish...

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  • Say 'I Do' to a Medieval Wedding

    What do historical buildings, enchanting gardens and banquets all have in common? They are all involved in making an unforgettable wedding. Summer is the season of weddings, and with the months approaching, we have been looking into weddings with a medieval twist. Some believe a theme can take away from a wedding but after listing the aspects you need for an unforgettable wedding: historical building, enchanting garden and banquet, you already have the makings of a truly medieval wedding. YOUR HISTORICAL WEDDING Themed weddings are popular but it seems at present none so than medieval themed weddings. With all the historical buildings which stand in the UK, there is no shortage of venues to hold a medieval wedding. Some choose to incorporate some medieval element into their wedding, whereas others decide to fully commit to making their wedding a medieval marvel. For those who just want to add a touch...

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