Ornamental iron


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Ornamental iron

Cast iron used for grilles, gates, finials, hardware, and innumerable architectural accessories.
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These balconies had ornamental iron railings, to which a less ingenious rope-ladder than ours could have been hitched with equal ease.
On the narrow leaden roof, which ran along past the bedrooms, and which was rather less, I should think, than three feet below the sills of the window, a row of flower-pots was ranged, with wide intervals between each pot--the whole being protected from falling in high winds by an ornamental iron railing along the edge of the roof.
But an ornamental iron bell on the pavement near the narrow bridge got stuck between the wheels of the lorry at 7.
In addition, they hand craft wrought and ornamental iron to produce artistic pieces and architectural enhancements, a unique addition to any landscape or interior.
When I met Andy he was curating group art shows at two different establishments, creating large amounts of artwork, working full time ​fabricating ornamental iron, and performing in a band," says co-owner Kelly Cook.
Students can learn trades raning from carpentry, electrician, plumbing, steam fitting, masonry, ornamental Iron worker, roofer, operating engineer, electrician, and skilled laborer.
A staircase in the hallway makes a lovely first impression with its graceful curve and ornamental iron balusters.
Old World architectural details include carved-wood doors, patterned encaustic tiles and ornamental iron work, much of it sourced from the arts-and-craftsy Mexican city of San Miguel de Allende.
New "cooked wood"--thermo-treated to produce a pest resistant and naturally beautiful finish, weather resistant outdoor cabinets--to go with the rage in outdoor kitchens and cooking appliances, decorative cable rails and glass panels--to improve the view from balconies and decks, and ornamental iron entry doors bring it all home--so to speak.
It had low ornamental iron railings, made and put there by his son, the dutiful, generous and good-natured John Roberts, better known as John y Go (John the Blacksmith), Mam's dad.
James was a member of Local # 7 International Union of Ornamental Iron Workers in Boston.
The pumpkins and scarecrow display set up for their 10th Halloween in the house were gone, but the ornamental iron work and cast-iron cookware survived.