Blacksmith Supplies offers the very best blacksmith supplies. From bee’s wax, horseshoes, and forge coke, we’ve got it all. Just setting up or looking to replenish your smithy? We source the very best equipment for blacksmiths. Whether you’re a professional or new to the forge, stop by and we’ll sort you out!
Modern Blacksmiths Still Need Traditional Supplies
Blacksmithing may seem a thing of the past. But Blacksmith Supplies knows that blacksmiths still have their place in the 21st century. Today, there are still those who create objects by forging or welding steel. You’ve got farriers who trim and shoe horses’ hooves. And then there are the tradesmen, artists, and hobbyists who work with wrought iron and other metals.
Some make functional items such as gates and fences or knives and other tools. And others combine blacksmith skills with artistic endeavours to create inspired sculptures. Or they make a trade by producing made-to-order wrought ironwork with extensive decoration. And of course, the tradition of the blacksmith’s forge sometimes is called for during historical re-enactments or on period movie sets. Blacksmiths really are still alive and well, and as you can see, it’s not all horseshoes!
Get Your Blacksmith Gear Online or in Person
You can find whatever blacksmith supplies you need at Blacksmith Supplies. We may be in Brisbane, but you can browse through Blacksmith Supplies’ catalogue online at magnetics.net.au. Payments are simple (we accept PayPal, Osko Pay, Mastercard, and Visa). And we deliver anywhere in Australia (except for anvils or gas cylinders).
Or, if you’re not sure about what you need – just give our friendly well-trained and experienced staff a call or drop by and see us at the store.
How To Find Us
You can find us here in Geebung, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. But careful if you use a GPS or an online map, the entrance to our place is off Robinson Road, not Delta Street. If you get turned around, just us a call and we’ll guide you in. We’re open 8.30am until 4pm Monday to Friday. Alan normally has the kettle on for a brew and is happy to discuss your blacksmithing needs.