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Featured Industrial Print

Indian metal work, (1898). Creator: Unknown

Indian metal work, (1898). 'Fig 1: Tin-vessel with damascened ornaments. Fig 2: Battle-axe with etched decorations. Fig 3: Battle-axe with damascene work. Fig 4: Shield of rhinoceros-skin inlaid and mounted with metal. Figs 5-8: Ornaments from damascened Huhkas (water-pipes). Fig 9: Belly-decoration, executed "en repousse", of a gilt copper-can. Fig 10: Belly-decoration from a copper-can in repousse work. Fig 11: Decoration from a damascened tin-vase. Fig 12: Damascene work on steel on a dagger-sheath. Fig 13: Neck-decoration on a damascened tin-cup. Fig 14: From a copper-plate in repousse work. Fig 15: From a tin-plate in repousse work. Figs 2, 9, 10, 12-15 drawn after original objects from the Royal "Landesgewerbemuseum" at Stuttgart. Figs 1, 5-8 and 11 drawn after original objects belonging to Mr. Paul Stotz, manufacturer at Stuttgart...The manufacture of decorated arms and metal ware was...an important branch of the Indian industrial art, and we have due cause to be astonished at the refinement of taste combined with the highest magnificence of ornamentation. Damascene work...is executed in steel, iron or tin-alloy...The damascened ornaments are made in silver-and gold-foil, fixed on either by pressure or hammering to the metal ground, which has previously been slightly engraved, after which the whole is polished with the burnisher'. Plate 15 from "The Historic Styles of Ornament" translated from the German of H. Dolmetsch. [B.T. Batford, London, 1898]

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Featured Industrial Print

Nailsea jug, late 18th-early 19th century, (1946). Creator: Unknown

Nailsea jug, late 18th-early 19th century, (1946). Jug made from green bottle glass decorated with white flecks. The term Nailsea glass is often used to describe almost any glass item with this sort of pattern. Nailsea glassworks near Bristol gave its name to the flecked style, but not all Nailsea glass was made here. From "English Glass', by W. B. Honey. [Collins, London, 1946]

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Featured Industrial Print

'A New-York River-Front', 1874. Creator: William James Palmer

'A New-York River-Front', 1874. Sailing ships on the quay in New York Harbour, New York, USA. '...a quaint and picturesque scene, lying but a short distance from the Battery on the East-River side. This is a portion of the town which modern improvement has left untouched; the wharves where the old-fashioned ships from far-off ports discharge their precious cargoes; where merchants of the old Knickerbocker quality conduct their business in dark and unsavory chambers; where the old tars...are wont to assemble; where the very idea of a steamship is profanation - a venerable, quaint, and decaying place, dear to the hearts of the ancient mariners'. From "Picturesque America; or, The Land We Live In, A Delineation by Pen and Pencil of the Mountains, Rivers, Lakes...with Illustrations on Steel and Wood by Eminent American Artists" Vol. II, edited by William Cullen Bryant. [D. Appleton and Company, New York, 1874]

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