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  • Jani & Shani International
    ... lid. ... to ... made ... (there ... for ... - | ... little ... swords, ... photos. ... http://www.bookshop.co.uk/
    Message 1 of 4 , Dec 27, 1998
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      At 03:32 PM 12/26/99 -0500, you wrote:
      >(Master Finnr asked a question about a tool box with a sliding
      lid.
      >That incomplete one was in a Celtic book, he wanted a Viking one
      to
      >recreate for a leatherworker's tool box.)
      >
      >I can help you on the Viking sliding lid boxes bit,
      >the book has several of them, or bits of them, each decorated,
      >(and even some awls - one with a Dragon head). The boxes were
      made
      >of one piece for the body, generally under two inches wide
      (there
      >are cm measurements) with a sliding t-shaped lid that goes into
      >a groove in the box sides. The t-shaped lid is only t-shaped
      for
      >a short distance - where the sides are cut out to match the box
      >top end. Decorated all over generally. I suppose you could
      >enlarge them or shrink them according to your purposes -
      >pencases, gift boxes, etc.                 
      >                                                         width
      >                                                     |<-  5cm 
      ->|
      >                                                      or a
      little
      >                                                         less
      > ________________________________________________    
      ____________
      >|_______|                                        |   |____________|
      >|                                                |   |           
      |
      >|               side view                        |   | end view  
      |
      >|                                                |   |           
      |
      >|________________________________________________|  
      |____________|
      >                                                              
      > ______________________|_________________________     ____________ 
      >|       |______________________________________  |   | /________\
      |
      >|                                              | |   | |  sect. | |
      >| O <-  hole    top view                       | |   | |  view  |
      |
      >|        ______________________________________| |   |
      |____A___|
      >|      
      >|_______|________________________________________| 
      >|____________|          
      >                       |
      >                       A
      >
      >The book also has a number of other artifacts in it like knives
      >with handles, planes, scraper handle, fancy stopper, weaver's
      swords,
      >carved crooks, spindle, toggles, toys, furniture parts, a winder,
      >shuttle, comb handles (for fiber), saddle bow, strap ends, etc.
      >There are bone objects also. Both in drawings and b&w
      photos.
      >
      >Found mine at
      http://www.bookshop.co.uk/
      >Ref. number 558113  Loc.0/43   PB cost me GBP17.66 last March.
      >
      >National Museum of Ireland
      >(UK) Mediaeval Dublin Excavations 1962-81 series B., Vol 1 (1988)
      >_Viking-Age Decorated Wood, A Study of It's Ornament and Style_
      >By James T. Lang, ISBN HB 0901714682   PB 0901714690
      >Royal Irish Academy
      >19 Dawson St.
      >Dublin 2
      >
      >Master Magnus Malleus, Atlantia, GDH
      >
      >
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    • rmhowe
      (Master Finnr asked a question about a tool box with a sliding lid. That incomplete one was in a Celtic book, he wanted a Viking one to recreate for a
      Message 2 of 4 , Dec 26, 1999
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        (Master Finnr asked a question about a tool box with a sliding lid.
        That incomplete one was in a Celtic book, he wanted a Viking one to
        recreate for a leatherworker's tool box.)

        I can help you on the Viking sliding lid boxes bit,
        the book has several of them, or bits of them, each decorated,
        (and even some awls - one with a Dragon head). The boxes were made
        of one piece for the body, generally under two inches wide (there
        are cm measurements) with a sliding t-shaped lid that goes into
        a groove in the box sides. The t-shaped lid is only t-shaped for
        a short distance - where the sides are cut out to match the box
        top end. Decorated all over generally. I suppose you could
        enlarge them or shrink them according to your purposes -
        pencases, gift boxes, etc.
        width
        |<- 5cm ->|
        or a little
        less
        ________________________________________________ ____________
        |_______| | |____________|
        | | | |
        | side view | | end view |
        | | | |
        |________________________________________________| |____________|

        ______________________|_________________________ ____________
        | |______________________________________ | | /________\ |
        | | | | | sect. | |
        | O <- hole top view | | | | view | |
        | ______________________________________| | | |____A___|
        |
        |_______|________________________________________|
        |____________|
        |
        A

        The book also has a number of other artifacts in it like knives
        with handles, planes, scraper handle, fancy stopper, weaver's swords,
        carved crooks, spindle, toggles, toys, furniture parts, a winder,
        shuttle, comb handles (for fiber), saddle bow, strap ends, etc.
        There are bone objects also. Both in drawings and b&w photos.

        Found mine at http://www.bookshop.co.uk/
        Ref. number 558113 Loc.0/43 PB cost me GBP17.66 last March.

        National Museum of Ireland
        (UK) Mediaeval Dublin Excavations 1962-81 series B., Vol 1 (1988)
        _Viking-Age Decorated Wood, A Study of It's Ornament and Style_
        By James T. Lang, ISBN HB 0901714682 PB 0901714690
        Royal Irish Academy
        19 Dawson St.
        Dublin 2

        Master Magnus Malleus, Atlantia, GDH
      • Gregory Stapleton
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