History of Wrought Iron
At the time of the invention of the writing in which human history began, people had not yet met iron. At that time, they used stone goods and weapons. In the invention of the article Hz. He was introduced to iron in the process of Jesus’ birth, the beginning of Christ. In this process, mankind first started to use iron in the form of weapons. Later, they used iron in daily works, ie in making pottery. At this point, the first examples of wrought iron M.S. As a result of the studies carried out in Dorset in the 4th century, the letters S and C of the non-aging language of wrought iron have emerged towards the middle of the 12th century. Leaf and flower samples were found in Germany towards the end of the 12th century. Four leaf motifs were found in the 14th century. Italy counts this among its own examples of success.
After this point, the importance of 3 dimensions in iron was understood and the beauty of iron, wrought iron, was brought to light by concentrating on this subject. Wrought iron fireplaces are the main areas of intensive use. The fire resistance of iron is shown as the reason.
Feforje The most spectacular period in Spain. With the rise of King Louis in the 17th century, the importance of wrought iron reached its peak with the use of wrought iron. With the increase in migration in the 18th century, iron management developed.
At the beginning of the 20th century, while the architectural stagnation was experienced all over the world, the wrought iron gave an incredible momentum to its popularity.
The Iron Age began in the years following the Stone Age and Bronze Age. Although the Egyptians used iron axes and chisels in M.O.3000 and the Hittite warriors coming from Anatolia were known as iron weapons, the beginning of the Iron Age is thought to be M.O.1000. Although it is an element that is always abundant in nature, the use of iron has not developed very quickly because early blacksmiths did not understand that in order to obtain malleable iron, carbon and other metals in it could be reduced by the second melting of iron and hammering of billets. As a result, iron had a fragile structure like the iron fabric produced in the early ages. In the early days, blacksmiths thought that they were able to change (harden) iron in itself by using fire and water with a magical force like a magician.
For the first time in the history of humanity as a blacksmith DAVUD Prophet (as) encounter. The magical character and special powerful shapes that were used on the blacksmith and his art at that time were only used to tame and control iron, which is known as a hard metal and is widely used. It is such an effect that it has continued to the present day. The fact that such a hard metal can be made malleable by changing its mechanical character puts the blacksmith at the same level as doctors and astrologers. The importance of physicians and astrologers for humanity and their proximity to God were necessary to heal their patients. The blacksmith also needed the same intimacy to bless the metal and therefore not to break in the war.
Considering the importance of the sword in face-to-face combat, this desire is not so surprising. Iron was thought to be a more expensive metal than silver in the Roman period in the pre-BCE era. It was used as a door handle, doorknob, doorbell and hinge as well as making armor for soldiers. During this period, the Romans began to use iron in the construction of imperial towers for industrial purposes. The introduction of iron for agricultural purposes also coincides with this period. Historically, BC 4. and the blacksmiths in the first century. With the fall of the Roman Empire, vulgarity and unusualness began in the processing of iron. The production of the best iron products began in Northern Italy, and iron was first used in this period for the purpose of silence and even embroidered with precious metals such as gold and silver. The artistic use of iron in the construction of churches and monasteries M.S. 1000 has started. The first examples are Winchester Cathedral in England and Notre Dame Church in Paris. At that time, monasteries became schools and centers of motivation for the art of wrought iron, and brought blacksmith quarries to religious buildings, which formed an extraordinary cooperation between working monks and stroller blacksmiths.