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Description Table of Contents Product Details Click on the cover image above to read some pages of this book! List of Plates Hinges external , 12th c. Hinges external and internal , early 17th c. Grille, Arundel Church, Sussex early 15th c. Railings, Hereford Chapel 16th c. Tomb railings 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. Drop handles: St.
Gregory's Church, Norwich 14th c. Handles swivel type , 15th to early 17th c.
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Thomas F. Then continues with information on building, lighting, and maintaining a fire. Forging procedures are explained, procedures and techniques like drawing out, flattening, bending, upsetting, twisting, splitting, punching and drifting, hot cutting on a hardy, and joining and finishing techniques. With the help of this unique book, all the fascinating properties of iron and other metals can be creatively explored. Includes 52 color plates and black and white photographs and illustrations that present the ideas and ironwork examples clearly.
Techniques of metalworking rarely seen are discussed and illustrated step by step. This second edition includes over 50 new color photos, updated suppliers list and Internet information sources. This book is well written and is easy to understand. It details the process of blacksmithing beginning with the building of your own forge and making your own tools and then on to some more elaborate projects. Includes step-by-step instructions with illustrations for setting up an ironworking shop with plans to construct your own coal forge and anvil, forging and heat treating tools, forgew welding, forging scrolls, leaves, and much more.
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Includes 20 projects and over illustrations. Traditional styles of ironwork in modern settings with new designs that help to redefine ironworks status in our modern society.
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Includes over spectacular examples from more than of todays top blacksmiths, supplemented with historical works from 15 countries, some derived from old French and English ironwork. These include doors and hardware, staircases and railings, and gates and fences.
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This book will inspire architects, builders, homeowners, and artist-blacksmiths with the wealth of beautiful ideas it contains. In addition, this book teaches several techniques using hot and cold forming with the results clearly shown. You'll be able to recognize how a fence, railing, grille, table, chair, knife, and other items evolve, and better appreciate their design and workmanship. Each chapter provides background for the type of objects shown which includes architectural ironwork, sculptures, furniture, containers and vessels, lighting fixtures and candleholders, fireplace accessories, wind vanes, household and liturgical items, and the incredible knives made of Damascus steel.
Also included is information for how and where to continue your own study with an extensive resource list of organizations, Internet sources, publications, museums, and educational opportunities. This excellent reference book should be found in the libraries of every metalworker, art educator, architect, interior esigner, ironwares collector, and crafts person. This definitive guide to forging world-class blades is for you. Written by a master bladesmith, this book tells you how to set up your forge, select your materials, fashion grips and hilts, grind edges and much more!