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Six early medieval arrows

These will have blunts fitted by the customer, who's turning them himself.

The arrows are based on the image below, and are 10mm birch shafts tapered below the fletchings to around 7mm, and then flared back out into the typical "bulbous" nock profile in use right up until the 1500s.

The bindings are of red silk sealed with a thin hide glue mixture, and the fletchings are a peacock-brown to match the painting.

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