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50 Punch Grommets Leatherworking Tent Fabric Tool Kit


50 Punch Grommets Leatherworking Tent Fabric Tool Kit



50 Grommets, Washers & Punches For Attaching Eyelets On Tarps, Tents, Canvas Bags, Awnings & Pool CoversThis is a new set of 50 grommets, washers and punches. Great for attaching eyelets on tarps, tents, canvas bags, awnings, pool covers etc.You receive: 3 Piece drop forged and zinc plated grommet punches 50 Silver colored grommets that measure approximately 1/2" (13 mm) in diameter 50 Silver colored washers that measure approximately 1/2" (13 mm) in diameterWe work hard to update our descriptions and pictures of our merchandise. As part of a process of ongoing innovation by our suppliers, newer versions of the item shown may be shipped before we are able to complete an update. As a result there may be a slight variation in color and design.










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Envoyé à partir de l’outil Capture




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THE MOSQUE OF MUHAMMAD 'ALI AL- KABIR (IN THE CITADEL) 1246- 1265H.(1830- 1848) . THE CITADEL, since its foundation by Salah ad- Din al- Ayyubi, has remained the seat of Government during the rule of the Ayyubids, the Mamluks, the Ottomans, and the family of Muhammad 'Ali Pasha. It remained so until the reign of the Khedive Isma'il who chose 'Abdin Palace for his residence. Muhammad 'Ali Pasha, the founder of modern Egypt, after restoring the walls of the Citadel, built numerous palaces, schools, and government buildings. His masterpiece was the great mosque with its domes and minarets, which overlooks the city of Cairo. The construction of this mosque was begun in 1246H. (1830) , on the site of old Mamluk buildings, and was completed in 1265H. (1848). Its decorations were completed during the reign of the late 'Abbas Pasha I. It is built in the style of the Ottoman Mosques of Istanbul. It is square in plan, and measures 41 m. each way; it has a dome in the middle, 21 m. in diameter and 52 m. in height, resting on four large arches, supported by four massive piers. This dome is surrounded by four semi- domes. In the corners are four little domes. Another semi- dome covers the mihrab on the eastern side of the mosque. The walls and piers are lined with alabaster to the height of 11.30 m., with coloured ornament above. The domes and semi- domes are decorated with painted and gilt ornament in relief. The dikka, which is supported on alabaster arches and columns is placed on the western side. The handrails of the dikka and the galleries round the domes are all made of bronze. At the south- western corner is the cenotaph of Muhammad 'Ali Pasha. It has a marble mounting carved with beautiful ornament and inscriptions, and is surrounded by a beautiful decorated bronze grille, made by order of the late 'Abbas Pasha I. There are two minbars; the larger, which is made of wood, decorated with gilt ornament, is the original one. The smaller, which is made of alabaster, was constructed in 1358H. (1939) by order of H. M. King Farouk I. The mosque is lit by magnificent crystal chandeliers with well- grouped glass lamps. At the western corners of the mosque rise two elegant cylindrical minarets of Turkish type, each being 82 m. high. The mosque has three entrances, one in the middle of each of the northern, southern, and western sides. The last one leads into a large sahn, 53 sq. metres surrounded by four iwans, the arches and columns of which, together with their walls, are all lined with alabaster. In the middle of the sahn is an octagonal ablution cistern covered by a carved alabaster dome, above which is a large dome supported on eight columns. This dome has an awning with raised gilt ornament, representing scenes from nature. It is covered, like the domes of the mosque, with sheets of lead. In the middle of the western iwan is a decorated brass clock- tower with a clock, which was presented in A.D. 1845 by Louis Philippe, King of France, to the late Muhammad 'Ali Pasha. The sahn has two entrances, one in the northern side and the other in the southern one. The walls of the mosque have an external alabaster facing of the same height as the internal dado. Next to the northern and southern faades are two iwans, with arches and columns made of alabaster. Towards the end of the nineteenth century, the mosque showed signs of cracking. It was repaired in 1899 by reinforcing the four piers and bracing the masonry of the arches at their springing with iron belts. These repairs, however, were not decisive for shortly afterwards more cracks began to appear in different parts of the mosque. The condition of the mosque having become so dangerous, a scheme for its complete restoration was drawn up by order of the late King Fouad I in 1931. This scheme comprised the demolition and rebuilding, painting and gilding of all the domes. The first part of this scheme was completed during the reign of the late King Fouad I. The second part, which comprised the marble lining, painting and gilding, was completed during the reign of H. M. King Farouk I. The total expenses amounted to 100,000. At the completion of this restoration, the mosque was inaugurated by H. M. King Farouk I in 1358H. (1939). The mosque has since received the personal attention of H. M. King Farouk I, who ordered the construction of the marble minbar which stands next to the mihrab. The position of this new minbar enables the speaker to face the whole congregation. The qibla recess was improved by filling up its windows with alabaster. The hood of the mihrab was decorated with the word Allah in the middle, surrounded with ornament in raised relief with a gilded Qur'anic verse below. This mosque is one of the landmarks of Cairo and is one of the first features to be seen when approaching the city from no matter which side.

source : Al Azhar official website


La Grande Mosquee de Muhammad `Ali 1246-1265 A.H. (1830-1848 E.C.)

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York Railway Station




York Railway Station





Railway station. 1872-77: original platforms extended to north and south, western platform and Tea Room added, Platform Signal Box and bookshop constructed 1900-09; western platform refurbished and new footbridge built 1938-39; damaged by bomb in 1942, repaired 1947; new Signal Box 1951; all windscreens except one replaced in 1972; major refurbishment in 1977. Original architects were Thomas Prosser, Benjamin Burley and William Peachey. MATERIALS: station and train shed of yellow Scarborough brick in Flemish and English garden-wall bonds with moulded ashlar plinth, plinth band and dressings; roof carried on wrought-iron trusses supported on cast-iron columns. 1930s platform buildings of colour-washed stucco; new Signal Box of orange brick in stretcher bond, header bond on curved corners, with artificial stone dressings: footbridge iron framed with iron railings; Platform signal box and Tea Room of timber. Roofs generally glazed, with some slate, and glazed windscreens; extension platforms covered with corrugated steel sheeting. Stacks are brick, some with moulded stone cornices. PLAN: station consists of aisled train shed with former ticket hall and concourse on eastern side, and portico further east: to west, extension platform with service buildings and new Signal Box built against train shed western wall. EXTERIOR: portico is of 1 storey with clerestory and 9 bays behind cantilevered glazed awning. Arcaded front is of keyed segmental arches on pilaster piers with moulded stone imposts and hoodmoulds. Centre bay is open; flanking bays closed by balustrades of bulbous stone balusters and brick piers, the upper part with glazed timber screens. Moulded eaves cornice surmounted by balustraded parapet. Station clock on S-shaped projecting bracket incorporating the arms of the North Eastern Railway Co. to left of centre. Former ticket hall front within portico: 1 storey and clerestory; 12 bays, 4 centre bays breaking forward. 4 segment-arched openings in centre have pilaster jambs with moulded stone plinth bands and imposts; spandrels at the head are sunk panelled beneath clerestory lights in semicircular keyed brick arches with stone hoodmoulds. Openings on each side, some squat 6-pane sash windows, some altered to C20 doors, have stepped brick panels with segmental heads, some glazed, in clerestory. Train shed elevations: 1 storey and clerestory; blind arcades of round-arched recesses between 3-stage buttresses with moulded stone offsets: clerestory above plain stone band is pierced in each bay by an oculus. Moulded stone eaves cornice, badly decayed in places. At each end are massive square terminal piers with moulded bracket cornices and cross pedimented caps. On western side, New Signal Box is of 3 storeys, 13 bays. The main part is articulated in brick pilasters each with oversize triple keyblock of artificial stone at the head. Windows are metal framed top-opening or pivoting lights. Tea Room Square front: 2 storeys and attic; 6-bay quoined front arranged 2:2:2; centre bays on ground floor project to form 1-storey canted bay window, balustraded at first floor: to left is lower 2-storey 2-bay block. Ground floor openings to main part are arcaded in tall keyed round arches with hoodmoulds between pilaster piers with moulded capitals, those to bay window crocketed. Windows are recessed, of 2 lights, 5 panes high, with blind round heads, over moulded stone sills: centre bay window is altered to makeshift door. All first floor windows are segment-headed 2-light casements over moulded stone sills and swagged stone aprons, set in cambered arches with garlanded keyblocks. Moulded eaves cornice beneath balustrade of bulbous stone balusters, brick piers and moulded stone coping. Central attic flanked by volutes encloses swagged arms of the NER. Block to left has recessed round-headed sash windows on ground floor, cambered arched sashes on first floor, all 4-paned. Tea Rooms extending through train shed wall on both sides has 2-storey 4-bay spine block between 1-storey parallel ranges. 1-storey fronts have bowed and canted bay windows with square latticed transomed casements incorporating good Art Nouveau glass. Panelled parapet over bracketed eaves string. Bow windows to Square front have domed caps surmounted by tall finials. Original train shed windscreen of tiered arcaded lights survives at end of eastern aisle between Tea Rooms and station hotel. LBO









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50 Eyelets & Pliers Leatherworking Eyelets Punch Tools






50 Eyelets & Pliers For Attaching Eyelets On Tarps, Tents, Canvas Bags, Awnings & Pool Covers. This is a new set of 50 eyelets and a pair of pliers. Great for attaching eyelets on tarps, tents, canvas bags, awnings, pool covers, etc. Includes 50 assorted eyelets. The pliers measure approximately 5 5/8" (142.8 mm) longWe work hard to update our descriptions and pictures of our merchandise. As part of a process of ongoing innovation by our suppliers, newer versions of the item shown may be shipped before we are able to complete an update. As a result there may be a slight variation in color and design.










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