The face of the anvil is heat treated and hardened and will give good service for its intended use, which is fitting horseshoes, blacksmithing or knifemaking hot or cold. Anvils will work harden over time. Striking the face directly with a hammer or doing an inappropriate ball bearing test risks damaging any anvil. One should always have a mild steel between the anvil face and hammer.
Anvils greater than 149lbs will be shipped by commercial truck at customer's cost.
Blacksmith and Farrier Anvils
As a farrier or blacksmith, buying an anvil is a big decision. It's a significant investment, and since it should last forever, you want to get it right. To make things more complicated, the considerations for an anvil are different for a farrier than a blacksmith.
At Centaur Forge, we can help you make your decision with our large selection of anvils available online. We carefully select our blacksmith and farrier anvils, and we offer products from industry-leading brands such as Cliff Carroll, NC Tool Co, Emerson, Scott and Texas Farrier Supply.
If you're not sure what kind of anvil to buy, call Centaur Forge at 262-763-9175 or email us at email@example.com. We're happy to help anyway we can.
Centaur Forge Is Here to Help
Centaur Forge has a large and diverse inventory of anvils for sale. No matter what type of forging or farrier work you'll be using your new anvil for, you're sure to find what you need.
If you're ready to buy an anvil, you can place an online order now. If you have any questions about your anvil options, call us at 262-763-9175.