First of all these are hammers weighing 1 ÷ 1,5 kg, a small anvil, two-beaked anvil (used now only as an additional anvil), a heading tool and several types of tongs and files. There were most probably also other tools used such as setts or punches of various shapes, however in the archaeological material they cannot be identified without doubt. With the use of these tools almost all iron objects known back then could be forged so it was a set sufficient for an average blacksmith.

When we ask what this blacksmith made most often, the most frequent answer is horseshoes while swords, knives etc. are listed as objects of secondary importance. However, in reality it was just the opposite. Excellent mechanical qualities and a high price of iron decided about its basic use, namely for weapon production. It is weapon that has always been, is and will be for long a good example of maximum material and technological possibilities that people reached in a given period. Similarly to contemporary "space" technologies which with time start to be used in everyday life, in the past technological achievements were first employed to produce the most advanced weapon while after some time to produce objects of everyday use.

Therefore, next to arrowheads and spears, shield fittings or swords of excellent quality, smiths forged also belt buckles, parts of a horse harness, chest fittings and even ornaments.