Concepts of cage or wrought iron concepts seem to be similar to each other in terms of their application and functions. Cage was used in window openings in structures such as mosques, prayer rooms, madrasas and shrines. Wrought iron, on the other hand, was mostly used in civil architectures, villas and mansions and rarely in other structures. The most important feature that is common between these two concepts is that iron is shaped by being beaten. The most obvious difference that separates these concepts, on the other hand, emerges in application and usage. While a cage is placed on the four sides of the window frame, wrought iron is fixed to the both sides and the bottom side and the upper portion is left free or completed with motifs.
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