Somewhat after the Thirty Years War, with the ban on cold weapons for students, the Ziegenhainer was born. There are only a few rare originals from collectors to visit. The most outstanding work was supplied by Dr. Dieter W. Banzhaf. The collector's magazine came formerly 70, - D Mark.
To get this look, it needs the underwater branding. However, with the support of so-called smoking water. The process is highly corrosive. Strong rubber gloves, gas mask and a fan in the back are necessary.
The smoking water must not be applied to dry wood. In this case, the fire follows the chloride ions very deeply into the wood. This method is interesting only because they can work with low temperature.