wrought-iron work

wrought-iron work

Iron that is hammered or forged into shape, either when the metal is hot or cold; often decorative.
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Visit the blacksmith and horse dentistry display, wrought-iron work display, falconry displays a sheep-clipping demonstration.
He enjoyed wrought-iron work, fishing, and cabinet-making.
Tall, lean and gaunt, he was an old man whose "business was to do the forged wrought-iron work for kitchen ranges and black iron stoves.
New architectural developments include high-rise towers blending with the Parisian-style offices and apartment buildings constructed in the old tradition with ornate stone carving and intricate wrought-iron work.
My compositions borrow design principles from quilt making, Abstract Expressionism, aerial photography, American Realism and landscape painting, wrought-iron work and the architectural details seen in and around Charleston where I live.
For custom-made wrought-iron work and hand-forged accents, Kreissle Forge, 7947 Tamiami Trail, Sarasoa, (941) 355-6795 and Pedro's Ornamental Iron, 1001 Central Ave.
Fanciful wrought-iron work even brings a hint of tradition to the modern exercise room.
NEW YORK-Exposed vines, reminiscent of lacy wrought-iron work, give traditional patterns a delicate and graceful appearance.
I started life as a blacksmith and developed an interest in traditional wrought-iron work,'' said Mr Brown, 49.
Its ornate columns, the original antique elevator and elaborate wrought-iron work add to its charm.
It's got tiles, a lot of wrought-iron work and a big garden.