Yet quality serves not only to forge successful interconnections within the industry, but also to create points of disconnection.
She taught me to forge iron bells out of nails hammered into the shape of feathers.
But till this very day, the forge and anvil are used by blacksmiths to mold and carve the general shape and desired balance of a weathervane.
The boffins also came to the conclusion that the armour was made in a low temperature bush fire and not in a blacksmith's forge as originally thought.
Joe Dunne's dad had a forge there at Pat Miller's yard.
In the iron industry, hard manual labour was still crucial for charging furnaces or dragging ingots around the forge .
You have to forge along, carefully treading a new way, trusting that your sense of direction has you going toward the right destination.
Unfortunately, we must forge on, following the path along this more luxuriant, sheltered coast, through ferns and sweet-smelling woods.
The forger then seized the blank in a pair of tongs and reheated it in his forge or furnace to as high a temperature as the metal could stand without burning up.
Primarily an agrarian community the town was also home to a brass foundry, an iron forge , a wire-drawing mill, and a community of cabinetmakers.