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ironwork

1. work done in iron, esp decorative work
2. the craft or practice of working in iron

Ironwork

Objects made of cast iron or wrought iron; most often with utilitarian form in colonial America, but thereafter elaborate and ornamental.

ironwork

Objects or parts of objects made of cast iron or wrought iron; initially utilitarian, later often elaborate and ornamental; Also see cast-iron lacework.
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Contract notice: Supply of road signs and associated ironwork.
Ironwork in medieval Britain; an archaeological study.
Each piece of ironwork which is stolen costs the local authority about pounds 250 to replace.
Now craftsmen are starting work on the canopies and will replace the many panes of glass and repair ironwork.
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ART NOUVEAU IRONWORK OF AUSTRIA AND HUNGARY uses some five hundred color photos to capture the rich examples of Art Nouveau ironwork to be found in an array of business and residential districts throughout Budapest and Vienna.
Any interested in either studying or collecting art deco ironwork simply must have Art Deco Ironwork And Sculpture: it's the definitive guide to the topic, presenting over 500 pieces in detail on pages which pair photos with history of the Moderne Art movement in Paris.
The campus will feature more performance and rehearsal spaces, a restored grand entrance, a glass-covered arcade with cascading staircases and ornate ironwork and a side mews gallery entrance to be used as a public exhibition space.