noun, plural i·ron·mon·ger·ies. British.
Origin of ironmongery
Examples from the Web for ironmongery
I made one last desperate turn and found myself among lamps and ironmongery.The Invisible Man|H. G. Wells
Back in the old days, the blacksmith just made every bit of ironmongery everyone needed, one piece at a time, at his forge.Makers|Cory Doctorow
So does the ironmongery—candle-boxes, and gridirons, and that sort of necessaries—because those things tell, and mount up.David Copperfield|Charles Dickens
But now they go to see about settling the matter with ironmongery.The Rising of the Court|Henry Lawson
Don Mateo's right hand in all these festivities was Severino, of the ironmongery shop.The Fourth Estate, vol. 2|Armando Palacio Valds