metalwork metalwork  /ˈmɛ təl ˌwɜrk/


  1. (n) the metal parts of something
  2. (n) the activity of making things out of metal in a skillful manner


  1. He can do that on a chopper or a bagger with a hand-painted body and intricately detailed metalwork.
  2. The taste for decorative, geometric art is still shown in Spain's intricate metalwork and cabinetry.
  3. Once you have the concept, then very soon you have to get down to the details like what's the material like, what's the finishing like, what's all the metalwork like.


  • ‘Edgy and Elegant’ at Stable Gallery

    DAMARISCOTTA — The late summer exhibit, “Edgy and Elegant,” opens today at Stable Gallery, 26 Water St. A reception is planned from 5-7 p.m. The display features paintings, sculpture, prints, metalwork, furniture, ceramics and jewelry. read more
    on August 16, 2013     Source: The Times Record


  1. Johnson said: "I spoke to Danny last week in particular about where he is. He got the final game of the season out of the way and we will catch up with him again to find out where he is medically. He has got this metalwork in his ankle. There is a...
    on Apr 27, 2009 By: Martin Johnson Source: SkySports

  2. "If the refugees need metalwork, we will also do it for free. It is our humanitarian duty," said Muhammad Hussain, a gunsmith with a toothy smile, brandishing an ornately decorated pump-action shotgun.
    on Oct 5, 2006 By: Muhammad Hussain Source:

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