Drawings for ironwork, ca. 1850.


Drawings for ironwork, ca. 1850.

Approximately eight hundred drawings of fittings for churches, such as crosses, screens, hinges and light fixtures. Other drawings are of fire grates, shutters, balconies and gates. This volume appears to have been prepared for publication, but it was evidently not published.

l v. (129 sheets).


SNAC Resource ID: 8226365

Getty Research Institute

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Woodyer, Henry, 1816-1896

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