The Metalwork gallery provides 9 examples of the metalwork craft including building ornament and portable items.
"Wrought Iron Candle-Pricket; late 15th-century. Florentine work." —The Encyclopedia Britannica,…
"Part of the Eleanor Grill." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903
Fourchee, having the ends branched and the ends of the branches terminating as if cut off abruptly.
"Boss from the Milanese Candelabrum." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1903
The German pattern is a 17th century design. It is a net design filled with recurring ornamental accessories.
This German Renaissance pattern is a net design filled with recurring ornamental accessories.
The Italian Renaissance pattern is a repeating scroll-like ornament between parallel bars.
This Late Gothic pattern is a 15th century choir screen made out of wrought-iron.
The modern pattern has curved lines.