Before deciding on an anvil we recommend reading our blog post ‘buying a quality anvil’.
|WEIGHT (KG)||A: Total Length (mm)||B: Total Height (mm)||C: Face Width (mm)||Face Length||D: Horn Length (mm)||E x F: Base Dimensions (mm)||G: Pritchel Hole (mm)||H: Hardy Hole (mm)|
They are produced according to a 150-year old design and have the highest rebound (over 90%) in the market.
The ‘South German style’ anvils have a wide face which transitions into a round or square horn at either end. Each anvil has a round (pritchel) hole and a square (hardy) hole located to the side of the main face, with very thick steel underneath the holes.
Model 57 Includes an upsetting block.