Copper works

Cop´per works`


1.A place where copper is wrought or manufactured.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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It is worth mentioning that the initiative aims to restore the heritage and traditional crafts to put them on spotlight and to rehabilitate a new generation of creators from the age of 18 to 40 years and train them on heritage and traditional crafts in the fields of :- copper works - shell - crust - Khyameya - porcelain - heritage ornaments.
It has become "heavily contaminated" from its former use as the headquarters of James Bridge Copper Works Ltd.
In our image from the 1920s/30s, the first chimneys belong to the Tharsis Sulpher & Copper Works which set up in Hebburn in 1869.
The town presents the history and culture of Azerbaijan, demonstrates samples of national cuisine, copper works, carpet weaving and other types of art.
Mary Glascott and her sons, who owned the Cambrian copper works at Llanelli, and solicitor Alexander Druce, a partner in the Llanelly Copperworks Company, tolerated slaves in their Cuban mines.
Categories include painting, mosaics, icon painting, silver and goldsmiths, copper works, wood works, candle making, chocolate workshops, Cyprus wines, pottery, handicrafts, clothing, embroidery, textiles and traditional Cypriot produce.
The site was previously occupied by metal manufacturer Yorkshire Copper Works until 1980 and was acquired by Towngate in 2003.
We also learn how at night the furnaces of the copper works and ironworks cast a great glare of red light which makes every spar, mast and funnel "stand out clear, then sink into a twilight of reflected lights".
Copper works together with iron and zinc to develop the fibers that support the understructure of the skin.