Originally published in the 1890s, Elementary Metal Work contains an explanation of the processes of cold metal work, chiefly as applied to decorative or industrial art.
This book is a practical manual for amateurs and for use in schools. It is not intended "for amateurs to pass an idle hour," but to train the young to use their brains and hands, to develop ideas of design and its application.
- Bent Iron or Strip Work: Introduction, Tools, Materials, and Curves
- Making Rings and Curves into Objects
- Figure Work in Strip or Ribbon
- Of Setting Glass, Mother-of-Pearl, etc.
- Flat Sheet Metal Work: Shearing, Chiselling, Fret-Sawing, and Pressing
- Moulded Sheet Metal Work
- Repoussé or Embossed Metal Work
- Repoussé on Wood
- Repoussé on Pitch
- Patterns for Repoussé Work
- Ornamental Silver Work
- Nail, Scale, and Stencil Work
- Nails and Nailed Strips
- Nail-Head Ornaments
- Scale Work
- Stencil Cutting
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