The Greatest Famous Metalworkings

List of famous Metalworking art from around the world, listed alphabetically. This popular Metalworking art list features pictures of each famous Metalworking piece when available, and includes names of the famous artists who created the artwork. Fans of historic Metalworking art can use this list to discover some beautiful Metalworking pieces that they've never seen before.

With items ranging from Sard Ewer to La Paix de Nimègue, this is a great starting point for a list of your favorites.

This list answers the questions, "What is an example of Metalworking art?" and "Who are the most famous Metalworking artists?"

For some of these Metalworking pieces you can click on the title to find out more information about the art. If you're writing a paper on renowned Metalworking art, this list is a great jumping off point. {#nodes}

  • Anne of Austria's chest is a gold filigree chest created in the mid-seventeenth century.
    • Genres (Art): Decorative arts
    • Art Form: Metalworking
    • Period / Movement: Baroque
    4 votes
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    Charles V's Ewer and Basin

    Charles V's ewer and basin were created by a goldsmith in Antwerp in 1559.
    • Subject: Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor
    • Genres (Art): Decorative arts
    • Art Form: Metalworking
    • Period / Movement: Mannerism
    1 votes
  • 3
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    Masse is a mace created by goldsmith, Jean Dujardin, in 1585.
    • Artist: Jean Dujardin
    • Subject: Order of the Holy Spirit
    • Genres (Art): Decorative arts
    • Art Form: Bas-relief, Metalworking
    • Period / Movement: Renaissance
    1 votes
  • 4
    1 VOTES
    Helmet is a helmet created by Pierre Redon in 1570.
    • Artist: Pierre Redon
    • Subject: Jugurtha, Gaius Marius
    • Genres (Art): Decorative arts
    • Art Form: Bas-relief, Paper embossing, Metalworking
    • Period / Movement: French Renaissance
    1 votes
  • The Abduction of Deianira is a bronze created by Giambologna in 1576.
    • Artist: Giambologna
    • Subject: Deianira, Nessus
    • Genres (Art): Decorative arts
    • Art Form: Metalworking
    • Period / Movement: Mannerism
    1 votes
  • Virgin and Child of Jeanne d'Evreux is a statuette created by a silversmith between 1324 and 1339..
    • Subject: Child Jesus, Blessed Virgin Mary
    • Genres (Art): Decorative arts
    • Art Form: Metalworking
    • Period / Movement: Gothic art
    1 votes