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Cast Iron Floor Grilles
- an alloy of iron containing so much carbon that it is brittle and so cannot be wrought but must be shaped by casting
- Firm and unchangeable
- extremely robust; "an iron constitution"
- Cast iron usually refers to grey iron, but also identifies a large group of ferrous alloys, which solidify with a eutectic. The colour of a fractured surface can be used to identify an alloy.
- A hard, relatively brittle alloy of iron and carbon that can be readily cast in a mold and contains a higher proportion of carbon than steel (typically 2.0–4.3 percent)
- (grille) grill: a framework of metal bars used as a partition or a grate; "he cooked hamburgers on the grill"
- (grille) wicket: small opening (like a window in a door) through which business can be transacted
- (grille) grating that admits cooling air to car's radiator
- A grating or screen of metal bars or wires, placed in front of something as protection or to allow ventilation or discreet observation
- A grating at the front of a motor vehicle allowing air to circulate to the radiator to cool it
- All the rooms or areas on the same level of a building; a story
- A level area or space used or designed for a particular activity
- shock: surprise greatly; knock someone's socks off; "I was floored when I heard that I was promoted"
- The lower surface of a room, on which one may walk
- the inside lower horizontal surface (as of a room, hallway, tent, or other structure); "they needed rugs to cover the bare floors"; "we spread our sleeping bags on the dry floor of the tent"
- a structure consisting of a room or set of rooms at a single position along a vertical scale; "what level is the office on?"
Bristol, The Exchange
Exchange, now offices and market. 1741-43. By John Wood the Elder. Carving by Thomas Paty. The courtyard raised and roofed 1872 by EM Barry, current roof 1949. EXTERIOR: the principal elevation is symmetrical with a pedimented 3-window centre set forward, a rusticated ground floor to a plat band, pedestal course to 3/4 Corinthian columns to the centre and pilasters to the sides, to an enriched entablature and modillion cornice, with balustrade and dies and a parapet with good foliate urns to the centre and sides of the parapet. A semicircular-arched doorway has rusticated reveals and heavy arched double doors with studs and cast-iron lion-head knockers. Ground-floor windows have incised voussoirs, first-floor windows have Corinthian pilaster jambs with entablature and pediments, alternate triangular and segmental, with a central Venetian window, and square second-floor windows with eared architraves and central clock face of 1822; 6/6-pane and second-floor 3/3-pane sashes with thick bars. Below the frieze is a band of well-detailed swag and festoon to human and animal heads symbolising trade, and a Royal Coat of Arms in the tympanum. The returns have 15-window ranges, the 10 windows to the rear enclosing the 2-storey courtyard, with Gibbs surrounds to the ground-floor openings. 3-storey front ends have outer window sections set back, central first-floor pedimented windows, cornices to the rest, with a good doorway to the front with oak leaf surround, long consoles to a cornice, to double 6-panel doors and plate-glass overlights; the rear courtyard has similar windows with first-floor pediments to rear and fourth from the front; 6 doorways, with a semicircular arch in the rusticated section to the back. The rear elevation is symmetrical with a pedimented 3-window centre and both ends set forward with leaded cyma domes, semicircular ground-floor arches, with niches flanking the central entrance, first-floor windows with aprons and alternate triangular and segmental pediments, and plate-glass sashes. 2 basement windows have 6/9-pane sashes beneath grilles. The sides of the formerly open courtyard have aisles each side with 5x5 bays on Corinthian columns to an entablature, with mid C19 caryatids above between semicircular arches with paterae in the soffits, head keys and the entablature above broken forward; central pediments to the front and back have City Arms. Pilasters to the sides of the courtyard to a frieze with festoon and heads, niches between, and doorways to the middle of each side with Corinthian pilasters to semicircular-arched doorways with tympana with painted symbols of Asia, Africa and America, and Bristol trade. A glazed roof of 1949 added at the height of the entablature. Ashlar stacks to the sides and ridges, the latter with pediment mouldings and ... LBO
King's Lynn, 81 High St
Shop with offices above and to rear wing extending west down north side of Library Court. Early C17, remodelled internally early C18, mid C19 refronting in Italianate style. Brick with stone facade. Pantiled and slate roofs. Facade is No.81 to ground floor with the offices above numbered No.81A. 3 storeys in 5 bays. C20 shopfront to right of entrance to Library Court, the entrance having an elaborate architrave with a heavy hood on scrolled brackets. Cast-iron grille over door. Main facade lit through sashes with one glazing bar each, the first-floor windows with alternatly pedimented and segmentally pedimented hoods. Projecting modillion cornice. Panelled parapet conceals roof. In Library Court are 2 ranges, the eastern being domestic quarters, the western warehouse accommodation, now in retail use. 2 storeys. West part entered through a panelled door under a glazed overlight with glazing bars. Panelled doorcase with scrolled consoles supporting a pedimented hood above triple keystones. One early C19 sash window to right with glazing bars. 2 further sashes and a C20 doorway to left of main door. First floor with 3 similar sashes and a C20 casement over the main door. Gabled roof. Western range is former warehouse, now No.81B. Entrance to right under a loading-bay door. To west end are 2 large early C18 sash windows: flush frames and glazing bars, the lower sashes fixed, each with an opening casement. Rebuilt gauged skewback arches. Two C19 sashes above. Elsewhere are divers other C19 windows. Gabled roof with 2 gabled dormers in south roof slope. 3 ridge stacks at intervals in rear ranges. INTERIOR. First floor room to facade with marble fire surround. Foliate frieze below mantelpiece. Decorated overmantel with a swan-necked pediment and hood above an egg-and-dart frieze. One panelled door right and left with egg-and-dart surrounds, a frieze above with lions' heads and a hood. A third door in west wall similar. Large-frame panelling with dado rail to north, west and south walls. All this c1735. LBO
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