By 1900, WMF was the largest manufacturer and exporter of household metalware
in the world, so there's plenty of scope.
Mosul itself was known for some of the most luxurious inlaid metalware
of the medieval era.
Now world famous, the workshop, which closed in 1932, produced everyday objects including drinking glasses, metalware
and ceramics for the style-conscious elite of Europe.
A few minutes down the Corniche promenade that fronts Doha Bay is Souq Waqif, a bustling historical market in which merchants sell traditional wares such as textiles, metalware
, and spices.
maker Beatriz Ball, for instance, ventured into ceramic, glass and wood.
Exports from China, especially mechanical and electrical products, metalware
and farm produce, will enjoy the favorable conditions, while most of South Korea's industries will receive benefits," Wang said.
Much of it comes from a retired dealer and collector and shows the full range of Dresser's designing talents - furniture, fabrics, wallpapers, tiles, glass, metalware
, and of course ceramics, including new pieces of our own Linthorpe Pottery, to supplement the already impressive collection held by the museum for many years.
joints in kettles and beverage machines and may be found as an impurity in metalware
and can leach into food.
company Nambe enters the upscale cookware market with Nambe Gourmet CookServ Stainless Steel Cookware.
I've joined the hip replacement club, It's sleek and it's brand new, A shiny piece of metalware
, With a ball,cement, and (glue)?
Dreeke, while pewter and metalware
will be represented by Harry Makepeace of Brantford and Flannigan's Finds of St.
TABLE DRESSING Ceramics, glass and metalware
are often on display in Mediterranean homes.