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Blacksmiths outside their forge

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Blacksmiths outside their forge

A superb photograph of six Blacksmiths and coachbuilders posing for a photograph outside their forge/workshop, each holding the tools of their trade

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Apron Axle Blacksmith Blacksmiths Builders Caps Carpenters Carpentry Drill File Files Flat Forge Hammer Overalls Paint Brush Paints Palette Pliers Rolled Sleeves Smiths Smithy Spanner Tool Tools Waistcoats Coachbuilders Smith


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This photograph, sourced from Mary Evans Prints Online, transports us back in time to an era of industrial prowess and craftsmanship. Six blacksmiths and coachbuilders proudly pose outside their forge, each holding the essential tools of their trade. The blacksmiths, dressed in smock aprons and caps, display hammers, files, and anvils, while the coachbuilders showcase a paintbrush, palette, drill, and spanner. The forge, with its rolled metal walls and glowing embers, sits in the background, belching out plumes of smoke. The scene exudes a sense of social camaraderie, as the workers share a moment of respite from their labor-intensive tasks. Their sleeves are rolled up, revealing forearms calloused from years of hard work. The blacksmiths' waistcoats and the coachbuilders' overalls are speckled with soot and grime, evidence of their dedication to their craft. The photograph offers a fascinating glimpse into the historical significance of blacksmithing and coachbuilding industries. Blacksmiths were the backbone of the industrial revolution, producing essential items like horseshoes, farm equipment, and even weapons. Coachbuilders, on the other hand, crafted the elegant carriages that symbolized wealth and status in the 19th century. This photograph is not only a testament to the ingenuity and skill of these workers but also a reminder of the rich history that surrounds us. The tools, forge, and the workers themselves all contribute to a scene that is both flatly industrial and deeply human, making it a must-have for any history or industrial art enthusiast.

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