- a form of iron, almost entirely free of carbon and having a fibrous structure including a uniformly distributed slag content, that is readily forged and welded.
Origin of wrought iron
Examples from the Web for wrought iron
Historical Examples of wrought iron
Lamps were here—scores of them, in wrought-iron chandeliers.The House Under the Sea
Sir Max Pemberton
They had reached the wrought-iron gates at the end of the avenue.Scaramouche
Wrought-iron beds with a pair of rollers were built for them.Artillery Through the Ages
She removed some non-existent dust from the wrought-iron standard.The Trail of the Hawk
There were no wrought-iron pipes then made or sold in America.
- a pure form of iron having a low carbon content and a fibrous microstructure. It is made by various processes and is often used for decorative work
- (as modifier)wrought-iron gates