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Finial Finial

Wrought iron finial of stylised leaves and intertwining berries, made by the firm of Thomas Hadden, Edinburgh

Gate finial Gate finial

Wrought iron finial in the shape of an elongated ear of barley, test piece for the gates at Touch House, near Stirling, made by the firm of Thomas Hadden, Edinburgh, 1920

Gate finial Gate finial

Flat wrought iron stylised squirrel with large bushy tail, pointed ears and holding a nut in its paws, possibly a gate finial, made by the firm of Thomas Hadden, Edinburgh

Gate finial Gate finial

Flat wrought iron stylised bird with a curled tail, possibly a gate finial, made by the firm of Thomas Hadden, Edinburgh, 1920s

Girder Girder

One of two girder sections recovered from the Tay Railway Bridge which collapsed on 28 December 1879, later incorporated in a house in Broughty Ferry

Finial Finial

Thistle-shaped wrought iron finial, possibly for a gate, painted matt black, from Hadden Ironworks, Edinburgh, 1900 - 1950

Sword Sword

Scottish type of basket hilted sword with early wrought iron hilt of ribbon metal, marked A.F., 17th century

Ceremonial sword Ceremonial sword

Ceremonial sword (eben) of wrought iron with thin leaf-shaped blade pierced with holes and twisted loop handle: West Africa, Nigeria, Edo State, Benin

Hatchet Hatchet

Hatchet with wrought iron blade curved and expanding towards cutting edge, tang riveted to wooden handle: Africa, Eastern Africa, Malawi, late 19th century

Knife Knife

Knife with wrought iron blade riveted to a wooden handle, made after a European design: Africa, Eastern Africa, Malawi, late 19th century

Knife Knife

Knife with wrought iron blade riveted to a wooden handle, made after a European design: Africa, Eastern Africa, Malawi, late 19th century

Grille / portion Grille / portion

Half of a grille of wrought iron consisting of nine panels filled with foliated scrolls, stated to have come from the Chapel of the chateau of the Counts of Flanders at Ghent: Flemish, 16th century

Bracket Bracket

Wrought iron wall-mounted bracket: French (?), 18th or 19th century

Archway grille Archway grille

Wrought iron archway grille: South German Cultural Area, c. 1600

Archway grille Archway grille

Wrought iron archway grille with central decoration made of copper: South German Cultural Area, second half of the 17th century

Archway grille Archway grille

Wrought iron archway grille: Italian (?), 17th or 18th century

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