"Durham" or "screw pipe" work is the name used to denote that the job is installed by the use of wrought-iron or steel screw pipe.
She removed some non-existent dust from the wrought-iron standard.
Yet a fourth was arrayed in a dark-red tunic fastened by a belt of leather with silver ornamentations inlaid in wrought-iron.
The windows are shielded with bars of wrought-iron standing vertically.
The similar effect of partial fusion of steel in a wrought-iron box has already been mentioned.
Lamps were here—scores of them, in wrought-iron chandeliers.
The flower, surrounded by its frail, straight leaves, is as if suspended from the ledge of a wrought-iron balcony.
The Jew sold the wrought-iron box that very week for twenty guineas.
To his memory also were given by the parishioners the wrought-iron gates at the main entrance to the Churchyard.
He never approved of a wrought-iron Howe truss over a large span.