A broad survey of metalwork from ancient times to the twentieth century, this acclaimed monograph displays 115 illustrations of ornamental designs. Images range from the windows and balconies of ancient Italian villages to the gates of English cathedrals and universities and the facades of New York C... read more
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Reprint of The Year Book of the Boston Architectural Club, Boston, 1930 edition.
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