See how looked in the past celebrates the Scottish ironwork tradition, with architectural and ornamental ironwork made or found in Sotland. It is an exciting resource that provides information for those interested in wrought and cast ironwork.
Updated: 03 Feb 2011
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1. Scottish Ironwork - For architectural and ornamental ironwork made ... celebrates the Scottish ironwork tradition, with architectural and ornamental ironwork made or found in Sotland. It is an exciting resource that ...
2. Scottish Ironworks - table of Scottish Companies and Foundries ...
Table of Scottish Companies and Foundries specialising in Architectural Ironwork. Thanks to Glasgow West Conservation Trust for some of ...

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