wrought-iron


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wrought-iron

[ˌrɔːtˈaɪən] adjdi ferro battuto
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It had a spacious courtyard, bordered with trees, and enclosed with a wrought-iron fence.
In those days the front of the Province House looked upon the street; and the whole site now occupied by the brick range of stores, as well as the present court-yard, was laid out in grass plats, overshadowed by trees and bordered by a wrought-iron fence.
Fentolin, on leaving the dining-room, steered his chair with great precision through the open, wrought-iron doors of a small lift at the further end of the hall, which Doctor Sarson, who stepped in with him, promptly directed to the second floor.
We got out before a wrought-iron gateway which stood half open and walked up a circular drive to the door of a large villa of a neglected appearance.
The bars of the central way and the wrought-iron arch between the dark weather-stained stone piers were very rusty; and, though fresh tracks of wheels ran under it, the gate looked as if it had not been opened for a very long time.
Bordered by a stone-built front boundary wall, the grounds benefit from retaining the original wrought-iron railings and brick-pillared wrought iron gate with wide flagstone pathway, flanked by deep, well-stocked perennial borders.
The Lucerne features a distinguished entry with landscaping, framed by limestone piers and wrought-iron fence, an elegant, sophisticated two-story lobby with 24-hour doorman, and 24-hour attended garage on premises with valet service.
First Light, a year-old company, unveils wrought-iron lamps with florallike shades made from a treated silk material over a wire frame, available in seven colors.
It has a wrought-iron frame and charcoal grate, and is 40 inches in diameter.
I WAS very interested to read about Danny and Kevin, the guys who make the wrought-iron gates featured in your column on December 22, 2003.
A patent-pending thermoplastic pultrusion process is being used to make high-end fencing with a wrought-iron look.
The double marble grand staircases with custom-designed wrought-iron railings curve around a wrought-iron birdcage-styled elevator, accented in brass and gold leaf.