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Restaurant Booth Dividers? Not Sure What These Are But They Are Wonderful!!


We love these wrought iron dividers, although frankly we aren’t certain what they were used for.  Our best guess is that they were dividers in a restaurant, attached to the backs of booths.   762 more words

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Simplicity And Detail Together...

Leaving “de Waag” (Weigh house) I start looking at the left hand side of Gouda’s Stadhuis.

Covered with windows typical of the mid-1400’s, the red and white wooden shutters with their ironwork attachments, make a colourful as well as practical use. 333 more words


Savannah’s wrought iron and garden gates.

Savannah has old world charm mixed with a lot of Europe. There are two things that I learned while traveling in Europe; the first is always to look up, the best architecture is what you see above street level, with ornately carved stone corbels and gargoyles, windows framed in fluted marble with domineering lintels, and rooflines and balconies of lace ironwork. 174 more words


Trip to Aix-en-Provence

We spent much of last week-end in Aix-en-Provence, principally to catch a couple of stages of the Tour de France but also to enjoy some time in one of our favoured spots. 962 more words


Roses Wrought in Iron

At Gibbs Gardens, not only are there beautiful gardens and plants to see, but there are also sculptures and various other works of art. The founder, Mr. 470 more words

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