Metal Decoration

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a large metal sculpture on the side of a brick building
Handmade Gates | Ornamental gates | Artistic Garden Gate | | Garden gates, Beautiful doors, Unique doors
a green metal railing with a sign that reads metro othmao on it's side
is a theme-based online shop and platform that showcases contemporary Asian designs.
lisbon art nouveau picoas station
an ornate light fixture hanging from the side of a building
Pin by Luiza Coker on leave a light on | Lanterns, Antique lighting, Beautiful lighting
Pin by Luiza Coker on leave a light on | Lanterns, Antique lighting, Beautiful lighting
the entrance to an ornately designed building with wrought iron gates and flowers on either side
gate of Gresham Palace
gate of Gresham Palace
a hammer is stuck into the back of a camera
Emmert Turtleback Patternmakers Vise
an art deco door is shown on the side of a building with gold paint and intricate carvings
The World's First Art Deco Skyscraper | Decopix
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a metal plaque mounted to the side of a wooden wall
New York Art Deco Metalwork
New York Art Deco Metalwork - SkyscraperCity
an old style mailbox with the eagle on it
NYC - Midtown: Chrysler Building - US Mail Letter Box
NYC - Midtown: Chrysler Building - US Mail Letter Box
a large metal clock mounted to the side of a brick building
The forearms of time stretch out above this sleek corner clock, which adorns the General Electric building at 570 Lexington Avenue. Completed in 1931, the 50-story building was originally meant to be the headquarters for RCA. But GE moved in a few years later, making some design changes—such as turning what was supposed to be a globe with an electric bolt running through it into one very cool clock.
a metal sculpture on the side of a building
Grabbing Electricity at the Old G.E. Building
The Old G.E. Building, 570 Lexington Avenue. Originally built for RCA-Victor, it later became the G.E. building, and was ultimately donated to Columbia University. Love these stainless-steel hands on either side, which seem to be releasing electricity into the air. Or, perhaps the hands are drawing current from the sky.