cagework

cagework

(ˈkeɪdʒˌwɜːk)
n
openwork resembling the bars of a cage
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Carpenters would make scratchbuild shutters around that cagework which was filled with poured concrete and left to set.
Recent acquisitions range from a spectacular cagework tankard, dated 1665-70, attributed to Jacob Bodendeich (no.
It is abandoned now, its entrance barred by a rusty metal door and cagework that was open while we there, admitting us into the gloom of the rectangular church, which is about 10m wide and five m high, a size testimony to the faith of those who carved it out, although I wondered whether what they did was to expand an already existing cave.