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5 edition of Charleston ironwork found in the catalog.

Charleston ironwork

a photographic study

by Charles N. Bayless

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Published by Sandlapper Pub. in Orangeburg, S.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • South Carolina,
  • Charleston.
    • Subjects:
    • Ironwork -- South Carolina -- Charleston.,
    • Decorative cast-ironwork -- South Carolina -- Charleston.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 208.

      Statementtext and photographs by Charles N. Bayless.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNK8212 .B39 1987
      The Physical Object
      Pagination208 p. :
      Number of Pages208
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2548401M
      ISBN 100878440615
      LC Control Number85030403

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      First Timer's Guide Flavors to Savor Perhaps the best way to get to know Charleston is through its cuisine. Between its heirloom recipes and innovative up-and-coming restaurants, Charleston is an exciting culinary destination. "Garden Gate," King Street, Charleston, South Carolina, , photograph by Claire Y. Greene, Keeper of the Gate: Designs in Wrought Iron by Philip Simmons, Master Blacksmith, courtesy of the Philip Simmons gate at King Street .

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“‘Keeping On Keeping On’: African American Craft during Charleston ironwork book Era of Revivals.” In Revivals. Charleston writer and photographer William P. Baldwin presents the city's ironwork creations with an artist's attention to detail, pointing out the oldest balcony on Broad Street, the blossom and peacock scrolls of city hall and many more hidden treasures waiting to be found on a casual/5(3).

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Color Ways: Almost all ornamental ironwork today is black or “Charleston green.”But in the 19th century, it was often painted in bright, vivid colors. The balcony Werner created for the Adam-style Nathaniel Russell House at 51 Meeting Street with the initials “N.R.” in the scrollwork was originally painted white.

The ornamental wrought iron and cast iron of Charleston embellish historic homes, churches, and public buildings. In addition to paying tribute to this rich legacy with black and white photographs, this book is organized by street for use as a guide Pages: A small but influential number of this black urban population also worked in industrial enterprises and skilled crafts, such as carpentry and ironwork.

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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint. Originally published: Charleston, S.C.: Bostick & Thornley, Description. Charleston Blacksmith is a guidebook to the beautiful ironwork of Charleston createdby the historic city's best-known blacksmith, Philip Simmons. Simmons's matery of the craft and his love for the hammer and anvil are evident in the more than one hundred photographs of his ironwork that are included in this book/5.

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