Late 19th Century Cast Iron Balustrade/railings


+44 (0)1981 541155

+44 (0)778 6916288


  • £2,800.00 for the Lot
  • €3,286 Euro
  • $3,644 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Late 19th Century Cast Iron Balustrade/railings

Late 19th Century cast iron balustrade railings. There are eight immediate sections and 18 posts. There are three designs for each of the larger panels; there are three musical instruments, four others and one centre piece which has dolphins and tridents.

Quantities: 18 x posts, 7 x large sections, 1 x centre section, 8 x small sections, Height 72.5cm (posts), Height of sections 68cm, Width 5cm (posts), Depth 2cm. Total run length 996 cm/32.6 ft.

We always have in stock a variety of architectural, fireplace and garden items.


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Telephone: +44 (0)1981 541155

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Grove Barn
United Kingdom


UK Heritage is run by Ben Couchman.  Ben studied building Surveying at University, before establishing the business in 2006.

Ben focuses on decorative and functional architectural pieces, picking only the best pieces from private sources, dealers and everywhere in between. Searching throughout the UK and into Europe, Ben handpicks each and every item, selecting interesting pieces from the hundreds that he views each week.

Our impressive site in rural Herefordshire currently holds over 2,500 items.  Arranged around a courtyard, our site includes an 18th Century barn as well as three large modern warehouses.  We have dedicated showrooms displaying much of our extensive collection of unique and ever-changing architectural pieces.

We supply interior designers, architects, retailers and private clients across the world. Previous customers have included Cambridge and Oxford Universities, Claridge's and Warner Brothers.

In everything we do, we are mindful of our environmental and ethical responsibilities.  We do not sell any items containing ivory, tortoise shell or asbestos.

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