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Definition of Ironwork

Ironwork
Ironwork I"ron*work`, n. Anything made of iron; -- a general name of such parts or pieces of a building, vessel, carriage, etc., as consist of iron.

Meaning of Ironwork from wikipedia

- Ironwork is any weapon, artwork, utensil or architectural feature made of iron especially used for decoration. There are two main types of ironwork: wrought...
- An ironworker is a tradesman who works in the iron-working industry. Ironworkers ****emble the structural framework in accordance with engineered drawings...
- handrails, wagon tires, straps for timber roof trusses, and ornamental ironwork, among many other things. Wrought iron is no longer produced on a commercial...
- Ironworker is a cl**** of machines that can shear, notch, and punch holes in steel plate. The name is now used to refer to the whole cl**** of machines (made...
- The Ironworker's Noontime is an 1880 painting by the American painter Thomas Anshutz. The painting depicts several workers on their break in the yard of...
- Ironworkers Memorial Bridge or Iron Workers' Memorial Bridge may refer to: Ironworkers Memorial Second Narrows Crossing, a bridge across the Burrard Inlet...
- The Ironworkers Memorial Second Narrows Crossing, also called the Ironworkers Memorial Bridge and Second Narrows Bridge, is the second bridge constructed...
- William 'Billy' Ball (1795–1852), the "Shropshire Giant", was a nineteenth-century iron puddler and "giant". He was born in June 1795 at Horsehay, Great...
- Company is a business in Albert Lea, Minnesota that manufactures Hydraulic Ironworkers. Manufacturing since 1875 Edwards began with road graders, and other...
- relatively little corrosion. Historians debate whether bloomery-based ironworking ever spread to China from the Middle East. One theory suggests that metallurgy...
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