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Classic Wrought Ironwork Patterns and Designs [NOOK Book]

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The splendid illustrations in this book represent outstanding examples of the ironworker's art. Spanning some 600 years, the meticulously rendered black-and-white line designs depict authentic hinges, railings, casement fasteners, latches, handles, and other ornamental elements selected from a wide range of styles and structures from the twelfth-century to the eighteenth. A List of Plates provides approximate dates of all illustrated examples.
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Classic Wrought Ironwork Patterns and Designs

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Overview


The splendid illustrations in this book represent outstanding examples of the ironworker's art. Spanning some 600 years, the meticulously rendered black-and-white line designs depict authentic hinges, railings, casement fasteners, latches, handles, and other ornamental elements selected from a wide range of styles and structures from the twelfth-century to the eighteenth. A List of Plates provides approximate dates of all illustrated examples.
An invaluable source of inspiration for ironworkers attempting to recapture the beauty and craftsmanship of metalwork created by early masters, these royalty-free, nearly life-size patterns (reduced by about 20 percent for this edition) will also be of value to artists, architects, and designers.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780486152509
  • Publisher: Dover Publications
  • Publication date: 12/21/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 48
  • File size: 9 MB

Table of Contents

List of Plates
Hinges (external), 12th c.: Stoke Orchard Church and Earls Crome Church, Worcestershire; Peterchurch, Herefordshire
Hinges (external): Abbey Dore Church, Herefordshire (13th c.); Ye Olde Unicorn, Weobley, Herefordshire (16th c.)
Hinges (external and internal), early 17th c.: Clearbrook Farm and the New Inn, Pembridge, Herefordshire; The Old House, High Town, Hereford
Hinges (external and internal): Great Bircham Church and Castle Acre Church, Norfolk (15th c.); Lymore Hall, Montgomery (early 17th c.); finishes to strap hinges (late 16th & 17th c.)
Hinges (internal), 16th & early 17th c.: Ludlow Castle, Shropshire; Almshouses, Castle Rising, Norfolk; Geffrye Museum; Walpole St. Peter's, Norfolk; Victoria and Albert Museum; West Gate, Winchester
Hinges (internal), 16th & early 17th c.: Walpole St. Peter's, Norfolk; Victoria and Albert Museum; Geffrye Museum; Bretons, Hornchurch, Essex; almshouses, Hereford; Langley Chapel, Acton Burnell, Shropshire; Suffolk
Screen, Private Chapel, South Acre Church, Norfolk (17th c.)
Grille, Arundel Church, Sussex (early 15th c.)
Railings, Hungerford Tomb, in chapel of Farleigh Castle, Somerset (15th c.)
Railings, Hereford Chapel (16th c.)
Tomb railings (17th c.): Snettisham Church, Norfolk; Ledbury Church, Herefordshire
Latches (early 17th c.): Suffolk casement latch; door latches
Handle and latch (early 17th c.): Sets from Castle Rising, Norfolk, and Guildford, Surrey
Casement fastener, Lymore Hall, Montgomery (early 17th c.)
Casement fastener, pulls, and door bolts, Suffolk and Lymore Hall, Montgomery (early 17th c.)
Drop handles: Almshouses, Castle Rising, Norfolk (early 17th c.); Sackville College, East Grinstead, Sussex (early 17th c.); Ludlow Castle, Shropshire (16th c.); Clearbrook Farm, Pembridge, Herefordshire (early 17th c.); Strangers' Hall, Norwich (early 17th c.); Victoria and Albert Museum (early 17th c.)
Drop handles: St. Gregory's Church, Norwich (14th c.); Great Snoring Church, Norfolk (14th c.); Attlebridge Church, Norfolk (15th c.); Great Massingham Church, Norfolk (15th c.); Sackville College, East Grinstead, Sussex (early 17th c.)
Drop handles: Sackville College, East Grinstead, Sussex (early 17th c.); Aylsham Church, Norfolk (15th c.); Abbot's Hospital, Guildford, Surrey (early 17th c.); Buildwas, Shropshire (early 17th c.)
Handles (swivel type), 15th to early 17th c.: Castle Acre Church, Norfolk; Sackville College, East Grinstead, Sussex; Penshurst Church, Kent; Shere Church, Surrey; Chiddingstone Church, Kent
Key escutcheons (14th to early 17th c.): Shere Church, Surrey; St. Gregory's Church, Norwich; Devizes Church, Wiltshire; Farleigh Castle, Somerset; Victoria and Albert Museum
Knockers (early 17th c.): Almshouses, Castle Rising, Norfolk; Sackville College, East Grinstead, Sussex; Upper Eastern Farm, Middleton-on-Hill, Herefordshire
Gate, Baptist Chapel, St. Mary's Gate, Derby (made by Robert Bakewell about 1720)
Gate, St. Nicholas' Church, King's Lynn
Gate and railings, Queen's House, Chelsea (attributed to Warren)
Gates and railings, Hampton Court Palace, South Front (made by Jean Tijou)
Ramps and railings, Barnhill, Stamford
Ramp and railings, Guildhall, Worcester (made by Robert Bakewell, 1720-1723)
Railings: Smith Square, Westminster; Great Ormond Street, London; Leominster, Herefordshire
Railings, Hampton Court Palace (part of the Garden Screen)
Railings, inside St. Paul's Cathedral (made by Thomas Robinson, 1697)
Railings, Albemarle Row, Bristol
Railings: St. Mary's Gate, Derby (Robert Bakewell); Rainham, Essex; St. Nicholas' Church, King's Lynn
Railings, finials, vases, etc.: Bristol; Mile End, London; Petersham, Surrey
Garden Screen, Hampton Court Palace (made by Jean Tijou, 1689-1693)
Stair ramp and balustrade, Baptist Chapel, Derby (made by Robert Bakewell about 1720)
Staircase, Hart Street, Bloomsbury, London
Door bracket, King's Lynn
Door bracket, Ludlow. Scrolls from various works
Ornaments, terminal to guard rail, Geometrical Stairs, St. Paul's Cathedral (made by Jean Tijou, 1706)
Ornaments: Garden Screen, Hampton Court Palace (Jean Tijou); Temple Church, Bristol (William Edney, 1726); Clarendon Buildings (Jean Tijou, 1710); All Hallow's Church, Barking; and King's Lynn
Types of leafwork: Burghley House, Stamford (Jean Tijou); Clarendon Buildings (Jean Tijou); Guildhall, Worcester (Robert Bakewell)
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