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Filename: aa059420.jpg

Size: 4680 x 3744 (24.6MB)

Date: 20th May 2016

Source: Historic England

Credit: © Historic England Archive

Copyright Status: Copyrighted Work

Source: Historic England Archive

Owner URL: images.historicenglandservices.org.uk

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Ironwork a059420

Swindon, Wiltshire. A water stop tap cover plate made by Rye and Blackwell, Swindon

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Media ID 12109599

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Cover Iron Opercula


EDITORS COMMENTS
This print showcases a remarkable piece of ironwork, known as the water stop tap cover plate, created by Rye and Blackwell in Swindon, Wiltshire. The intricacy and craftsmanship of this opercula are truly mesmerizing. The photograph captures the fine details etched into the iron surface, revealing an exquisite pattern that adds elegance to its functional purpose. Every curve and line tells a story of skilled hands at work, transforming raw material into a work of art. The play of light and shadow on the iron surface creates depth and texture, enhancing its visual appeal. It is evident that this cover plate was not just designed for utility but also with an artistic sensibility in mind. As we admire this piece from Peter Williams' lens, it transports us back to an era when such attention to detail was commonplace in everyday objects. This image serves as a reminder of our rich industrial heritage and the importance placed on even the smallest elements within our urban landscapes. Through this photo print, Historic England invites us to appreciate not only the grand architectural marvels but also these hidden gems that often go unnoticed amidst our bustling cities. Let us cherish these remnants from our past as they continue to inspire future generations with their timeless beauty and historical significance.

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