Antique Hand Forged Wrought Iron Gates with Glass

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  • £3,500.00
  • €4,157 Euro
  • $4,604 US Dollar

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Antique Hand Forged Wrought Iron Gates with Glass

THE ARCHITECTURAL FORUM
A set of late 19th century hand forged, wrought iron gates with additional glass door, painted rosette detailing and transom window salvaged from a prominent building on Grovenor Street in Mayfair, London.

A bespoke situational piece that would make a fabulous addition to any interior space. The dual function of these gates means that they will also sit well in an exterior setting. The additional glass doors can open at a 90 degree angle to the main gate.

Dimensions

Central gate 138.5cm W x 245.5cm H x 12cm D

Outer Panels 84cm W x 244cm H

Dimensions: 

  • H: 245.5cm (96.65in)
  • W: 306.5cm (120.67in)
  • D: 12cm (4.72in)

Period: 

19th Century

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