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Decorative cast ironwork in Great Britain

Raymond Lister

Decorative cast ironwork in Great Britain

by Raymond Lister

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Published by Bell in London .
Written in English


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Statementby Raymond Lister.
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  Paul Dobraszczyk Iron, Ornament and Architecture in Victorian Britain: Myth and Modernity, Excess and Enchantment Farnham, England: Ashgate, , pp., 16 color and b/w illus. $, ISBN Until recently critical discussions of architectural ornament were generally to be found in writings about nineteenth-century and/or Islamic : Christian A. Hedrick. - The beauty and function of worked iron.. See more ideas about Iron, Wrought iron and Cast iron pins.

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[Review of] Paul Dobraszczyk's Iron, Ornament and Architecture in Victorian Britain: Myth and Modernity, Excess and Enchantment () Jacqueline Banerjee, Associate Editor, Victorian Web [Victorian Web Home—> Decorative Arts and Design —> Cast iron, Wrought Iron & Painted Metal —> Book Reviews on the Decorative Arts]. Decorative cast ironwork in Great Britain Decorative wrought ironwork in Great Britain Lister, Thomas H. Arlington Granby () Litchfield, Frederick Pottery and porcelain: a guide to collectors Literary Churchman, The – Literary digest –


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Great Britain. Ironwork is any weapon, artwork, utensil or architectural feature made of iron especially used for decoration. There are two main types of ironwork: wrought iron and cast the use of iron dates as far back as BC, it was the Hittites who first knew how to extract it (see iron ore) and develop of iron was mainly utilitarian until the Middle Ages, it became widely used.

The term 'wrought ironwork' is often loosely used to mean decorative forged metalwork, including steelwork.

Elaborate gates and railings immediately spring to mind. However, not all wrought ironwork is decorative, and steel, which was only introduced inis. Armorial bookplate on front pastedown, 'Ex Libris Rangemore, and below a second bookplate, Pamela and Raymond Lister - the latter the author of 'Decorative Wrought Ironwork in Great Britain', Lower edges of boards just a little rubbed; some small areas of cloth on upper board lifting or bubbling; end-papers browned and foxed, text and.

Wrought iron is an iron alloy with a very low carbon (less than %) content in contrast to cast iron (% to 4%). It is a semi-fused mass of iron with fibrous slag inclusions (up to 2% by weight), which gives it a "grain" resembling wood that is visible when it is etched or bent to the point of failure.

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IRON BUILDINGS That led to the widespread commercial use of cast iron. Darby created the Coalbrookdale Ironworks. Then, inthe first delicate iron bridge reached out to span the Severn River at Coalbrookdale.

Lister, R., Decorative Cast Ironwork in Great Britain. London: G. Bell and Sons, LTD, The History of Wrought and Cast Iron Shawn Van Dyke University of Tennessee - Knoxville The industrial revolution of Great Britain in the ’s brought iron from the decorative and ornate designs of buildings and bridges in America in the mid ’s.

Decorative ironwork 24 Structural ironwork 32 5. PLANNING REPAIRS 35 mass-produced, cast ironwork also required great skill and back-breaking labour to make.

Foundry men’s were often of poorer quality than those in Britain, making it necessary to combine native ores with. Decorative Cast Ironwork in Great Britain.

By Raymond Lister. Lon-don: G. Bell and Sons, Pp. 35s. This book does not attempt to cover any one field of cast iron exhaustively nor, as its title indicates, does it delve into the engineering aspects of such decorative iron as ordnance, architecture, and bridges.

Medieval Decorative Ironwork in England. English ironwork from pages, over illustrations, Size 8" X /2" Hard bound. A journey back in time looking at the design origins of decorative ironwork “Hand forged Ironwork is the Salt & Pepper of Architecture.” Samuel Yellin, ” The origins of iron production and aesthetics The first iron production started in the Middle Bronze Age.

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