wrought iron

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iron having a low carbon content that is tough and malleable and so can be forged and welded

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A lovely courtyard close to the hall provides a wonderful entertaining area with a large glazed Trafalgar verandah with ornate columns with decorative wrought iron corners.
CIANI - EMPORIO SAN FIRENZE: Italian Wrought Iron Furnishing Collections have continually satisfied the need for fine artisan workmanship for residential, hospitality and commercial projects.
After a year of that, he sent his CV to metal fabrication firms and got a job with a firm making wrought iron products.
Steps lead up to a substantial elevated sun terrace with natural stone paving, enclosed by a wrought iron balustrade on two sides.
At the rear of the house, an eyecatching wrought iron spiral staircase winds down to the garden from the wrought iron balcony around the 17ft square ground floor study's bay window.
The charming sitting room has a large bag window which floods the room with loads of natural light, and a wrought iron fireplace with wooden surround and solid wooden floors.
Wrought iron is commonly used in the yard, on patios and on decks.
Also a variety of iron intermediate in composition and properties between wrought iron and cast iron (containing between 0.
His quirky wooden-strip light fixtures with moulded or frosted glass shades and his mobile-like chandeliers of hand-blown glass cylinders suspended from irregular wrought iron frames, possess the energy and complexity associated with sculpture as art.
THE impressive Echo picture (March 2)of the beautiful wrought iron gates that once adorned the sailor's home in Paradise Street evoked many memories for mariners and raised a few questions.
The ancient technique of hammering, stretching and melting molten wrought iron used by traditional smiths gives each piece a sense of uniqueness which can bring life and individuality back into your home.
The capacity will be split between wrought iron for the mass and specialty channels and specialty aluminum production.
An Italian marble fountain and accompanying trickling fountain grace the handmade arched entryway with wrought iron gates and beveled glass doors.
I started working at age 17 in welding and fabrication shops," he says, and in 1997 he founded Weldteck, a company that did wrought iron work.
In 1642, near Lynn, Massachusetts, the Company of Undertakers for the Iron Works (made up of artisans from England and Wales) chose a site on the Saugus River to build the first plant in the New World for the production of cast and wrought iron.