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.
Cliff Carroll Anvils
Cliff Carroll anvils are some of the most well-loved and trusted anvils in blacksmith and farrier supply. They are masterfully crafted to transfer inertia effectively so your work comes out faster and better every time. Work smarter, not harder, when you purchase a Cliff Carroll anvil from Centaur Forge.
Changing the Way We Look at Anvils
The anvil is an ancient tool, but Cliff Carroll is still finding ways to perfect its form. They have built anvils for traditional use by novices, hobbyists, and professionals alike, as well as specialized anvils for use by steel workers who need atypical working surfaces to get the job done. Where most manufacturers of smithing and farrier tools rely on machines to do the majority of their work, Cliff Carroll's tool makers still do most of their work by hand. The difference shows; Cliff Carroll anvils meet or exceed the everyday needs of blacksmiths and farriers. Functionally designed shapes help ease the workload, and superior craftsmanship keeps each anvil working late into its life.
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