brass rubbing


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brass rubbing

the taking of an impression of an engraved brass tablet or plaque by placing a piece of paper over it and rubbing the paper with graphite, heelball, or chalk
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There are shops in the City Art Centre, the Museum of Childhood, The Writers' Museum, Brass Rubbing Centre, Museum of Edinburgh, The People's Story, Newhaven Heritage Museum and the Queensferry Museum.
It was remade from a brass rubbing of the original.
The Friends of Stainton and Thornton Green Spaces hope to create a brass rubbing nature trail with footpath improvements, seats and "something for children to clamber on".
A Kite making B Tap dancing C Macrame D Brass rubbing QUESTION 14 - for 14 points: Where is the illuminated manuscript known as the Book of Kells kept?
The craft workshops, which include brass rubbing, cost pounds 3 for adults and pounds 2 for children.
A feature at the entrance is a ceramic knight which has been placed on the wall after being created from a brass rubbing by a previous owner, who was a potter.
FIVE HIDDEN STRATFORD GEMS Stratford Brass Rubbing Centre Royal Shakespeare Theatre Summer House, Avon Bank Gardens, Telephone: (01789) 297671 England's unique heritage of Medieval and Tudor brasses illustrate the knights and ladies, the scholars, the merchants and the priests of the past.
For pounds 1, participants will be involved in craft exercises such as brass rubbing, mask making, trick or treat bag making and more.
People tried brass rubbing, painting and sketching as part of Big Draw, a national campaign to get people into arts and crafts.
But from next month the abbey will house a collection of 60 replica brasses and the public will be able to do brass rubbing.
FAMED for rescuing and rehabilitating the orphaned and injured seal pups that get stranded on Lincolnshire beaches, the sanctuary also has penguins, an aquarium, pets' corner, butterflies, reptiles, Koi carp and animal brass rubbing.
Brass rubbing sessions are being held to teach children about mythical beasts and medieval knights.