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"Ironwork": The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, v. 22, no. 8 (April, 1964)
THE METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART BULLETIN | VOLUME 22 | NUMBER 8

"Ironwork"

Grancsay, Stephen V., Clare Vincent, and Claus Virch
1964
32 pages
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"Lucio Piccinino, Master Armorer of the Renaissance"
Stephen V. Grancsay

"Precious Objects in Iron"
Clare Vincent

"Notes"
Claus Virch

Coffer lock and key, Steel, iron, French
French
ca. 1680–1700
Pair of sconces, Iron, possibly French
possibly French
first half 18th century
Gondola prow in the shape of a doge's cap, Iron, partly gilded, Italian, Venice
Italian, Venice
18th century
De gli habiti antichi et moderni di diversi parti del mondo, libri due ..., Cesare Vecellio  Italian, Woodcut
Multiple artists/makers
1590
Saint George, Carlo Crivelli  Italian, Tempera on wood, gold ground, transferred to Masonite
1472
Ornamental Panel, Anonymous, Italian, 16th to early 17th century  Italian, Engraving
ca. 1514–36
Pair of Gauntlets for a Child, Lucio Piccinino  Italian, Steel, gold, silver, Italian, Milan
ca. 1585
Pair of Gauntlets, Steel, gold, silver, leather, Italian, Milan
Italian, Milan
ca. 1585
Grill, Iron, Southern German or Swiss
Southern German or Swiss
second half 17th century
Door knocker, Iron, Italian, probably Siena
Italian, probably Siena
late 15th–early 16th century
Grill, Francisco Gonzales, Gilded wrought iron, bronze, Spanish
17th century
Choir screen from the Cathedral of Valladolid, Rafal Amezúa from Elorrio, Iron: gilded and painted; limestone (base), Spanish
completed ca. 1763
Key, Jacques Androuet Du Cerceau  French, Iron-gilt, French
probably ca. 1550–75
Courtier's key, Iron, French
French
ca. 1580–89
1627
Armorer's vise, Jacopo da Ferrara  Italian, Iron, Northern Italian
1588
Lock and key, Iron, silver, Italian
Italian
17th century
1546–49