The Journal, Vol. 27, 2022


  • The Architectural Ironwork of Leeswood Hall, by Peter L. Millington
  • The Problem of Reproduction Brassware: Candlesticks, their Makers and Distinguishing Features — Introduction, by Simon Oxley and Geoffrey Smaldon
    • Part 1: Companies producing Reproduction Candlesticks and Associated Brassware, by Geoffrey Smaldon
    • Part 2: Reproduction Candlesticks, by Simon Oxley
  • Iron Lily: London’s Last Working Sewer Lamp, by Angus Patterson
  • A Tudor Fireback Stamp: The Progressive Deterioration of its Condition as Evidence of the Relative Age of Castings, by Jeremy Hodgkinson
  • The ‘King’s Bastion’: An Important Episode in the History of the Disputed Ownership of Gibraltar and the Significance of a Mundane Artifact, by William Wallace

Notes and Queries:

  • The Cotehele Hand, by Jane Evans
  • Making a Replica of the National Trust’s Mechanical Arm at Cotehele, Cornwall, by Tim Martin
  • The Brass Founder ZK and an Unusual Saucepan, by Christopher Green, Roderick and Valentine Butler

Book Reviews:

  • Collecting English Brass and Bronze Mortars by David Pearsall. Reviewed by Roderick Butler and Christopher Green
  • Identifying Detector Finds by Brian Read. Reviewed by Naomi Payne


  • Trade card of Henry Patten, razor-maker and cutler, c. 1750

Rachel Hunt | Journal Editor for the Antique Metalware Society | March 2023

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