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    Wrought iron lacework in Australian heritage architecture

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    Wrought iron lacework is a big part of Australia’s architecture heritage.

    Elegant wrought iron lacework designs were used extensively as decorative features. The use of wrought iron as a design feature dates back to the Middle Ages when new techniques in forging allowed craftsmen to create wrought iron gates, wrought iron grills, wrought iron balustrades and wrought iron lacework.

    The intricate detailing seen in highly ornate wrought iron design began in the 16th century with specialists creating wrought iron leaves, wrought iron flowers and wrought iron scrolls.

    These decorative wrought iron lacework designs can be reproduced by Chatterton Lacework .

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