Learning old-world ways


Mike Greenblatt of Boston, MA grinds a blade earlier this week at the Miami County Fairgrounds SOFA barn. Greenblatt was one of a group of students who came from all over the country to take part in a bladesmithing workshop under the direction of Kevin Cashen, a Master Bladesmith from Central Michigan. Cashen, a member of the American Bladesmithing Society, is considered one of the best bladesmiths in the world and is widely known for making blades using centuries-old craftsmanship.

Mike Greenblatt of Boston, MA grinds a blade earlier this week at the Miami County Fairgrounds SOFA barn. Greenblatt was one of a group of students who came from all over the country to take part in a bladesmithing workshop under the direction of Kevin Cashen, a Master Bladesmith from Central Michigan. Cashen, a member of the American Bladesmithing Society, is considered one of the best bladesmiths in the world and is widely known for making blades using centuries-old craftsmanship.


Mike Ullery | Miami Valley Today

Mike Greenblatt of Boston, MA grinds a blade earlier this week at the Miami County Fairgrounds SOFA barn. Greenblatt was one of a group of students who came from all over the country to take part in a bladesmithing workshop under the direction of Kevin Cashen, a Master Bladesmith from Central Michigan. Cashen, a member of the American Bladesmithing Society, is considered one of the best bladesmiths in the world and is widely known for making blades using centuries-old craftsmanship.

Mike Greenblatt of Boston, MA grinds a blade earlier this week at the Miami County Fairgrounds SOFA barn. Greenblatt was one of a group of students who came from all over the country to take part in a bladesmithing workshop under the direction of Kevin Cashen, a Master Bladesmith from Central Michigan. Cashen, a member of the American Bladesmithing Society, is considered one of the best bladesmiths in the world and is widely known for making blades using centuries-old craftsmanship.
https://www.dailycall.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/30/2019/08/web1_Bladesmith.jpgMike Greenblatt of Boston, MA grinds a blade earlier this week at the Miami County Fairgrounds SOFA barn. Greenblatt was one of a group of students who came from all over the country to take part in a bladesmithing workshop under the direction of Kevin Cashen, a Master Bladesmith from Central Michigan. Cashen, a member of the American Bladesmithing Society, is considered one of the best bladesmiths in the world and is widely known for making blades using centuries-old craftsmanship. Mike Ullery | Miami Valley Today