4 edition of English ironwork of the XVIIth & XVIIIth centuries found in the catalog.
English ironwork of the XVIIth & XVIIIth centuries
Gardner, John Starkie
Reprint of the 1911 ed.
|LC Classifications||NK8243 .G3 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxvi, 336 p.|
|Number of Pages||336|
|LC Control Number||69016319|
The idea was to smooth over the surface of the object and strengthen the material by means of a series of light and regular blows. Decorating techniques include hammering; embossing or repouss, in which ornament is raised in relief from the reverse side of the sheet metal; chasing; engraving; inlaying; enamelling and gilding. This involves fashioning figurative or decorative motifs out of the metal ingot with especially strengthened tools, using the material in the same way that the sculptor handles wood or stone. Copper ware was no longer important in the 19th century, though it was occasionally used for pieces designed to follow earlier styles or for copies of historical pieces. An essay on the Doric order of architecture. Leon Deshairs.
English Painted Enamels, Moorfields k ; ShoreditchLondon, Compton St. In fact, wrought iron by a master craftsman is esteemed for the variations that naturally occur. These events also influenced the initiation of the Cambridge Missionary Union, which was started by the Revd. Western metalwork Pewter In its pure form, tin is far from suitable for making into implements because it is too brittle for casting successfully and is not easy to melt down. Printed in Pakistan Karachi.
The colour of the different alloys ranges over various shades from gold to a reddish tinge, to silvery, greenish, and yellowish shades, according to the proportions of the basic constituents. Plan 4 Part II. The condition and prospectus of architectural art. Utilitarian objects of silver were common in antiquity and have remained important in modern times. Collection of Works and Documents illustrating the History of
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Various copper alloys with tin and zinc were soon developed, making copper harder wearing and easier to work with. The Iron Wolf. They are frequently composed as a series of straight, parallel members or in combination with scrolls or as a repeat design of some geometric shape such as the quatrefoil.
Thesis, Birmingham, Where two curved members are tangent, they are characteristically secured together by bands or collars, rather than by welding. Lawless, The Huguenot Settlements in Ireland, But unlike bronze it is malleable and can be hammered and chased in much the same way as silver.
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But when Philip III the Good, duke of Burgundy, laid siege to the town inthen took it by storm and eventually completely destroyed it, the bronze casters who survived moved elsewhere, settling mainly in the Low Countries.
Weight Approx. Chaucer and His Poetry. The best examples are chased, English ironwork of the XVIIth & XVIIIth centuries book, or gilded or, more rarely, enamelled or set with precious stones. Much important bronze warenotably bells, candlesticks and chandelierswas cast from the Middle Ages onward for ecclesiastical purposes.
Alexander Pope and the Arts of Georgian England, However, in the process, the first floor library was sacrificed. Both bronze and brass were used for a wide range of objects, bronze exclusively being formed by casting.
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