Antique Wrought Iron Estate Gate


+44 (0)1981 541155

+44 (0)778 6916288


United Kingdom

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Antique Wrought Iron Estate Gate

This circa 1860 impressive wrought iron, blacksmith made gate, comes with cast iron posts. English. Removed from Runnymede Park, Egham. This gate and posts are in good structural condition. The old paint is flaking and their are minor losses to paint in places and some surface rust showing. Wear consistent with age and use (Minor Losses, Scuffs etc).

Dimensions -
Height of Highest point above ground 170 cm
Width of gate 291 cm
Widest point including posts 328 cm
Base of posts 28 cm square
Approximately 72 cm of the post to be set into the ground
Thickness of gate 5.5 cm
Depth of Post 14 cm
Weight of gate 130 kg
Weight of posts 150 kg for both


  • H: 170cm (66.93in)
  • W: 291cm (114.57in)
  • D: 5.5cm (2.17in)



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We've been buying and selling architectural heritage pieces since the grand old year of... 2006.  yes we may seem relatively young in the world of antiques, but thanks to our dedicated and experienced team our knowledge knows no bounds.

Our business was founded by Ben Couchman, a man dedicated to learning about the history of every piece he comes across. He knows a thing or two about architectural antiques, and can often be found scouring the UK and Europe to uncover decorative or functional architectural treasures that deserve their chance to shine again.

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Our impressive rural site in Herefordshire is currently home to over 2000 antiques. Arranged around a courtyard, it includes an 18th Century barn as well as three large, modern warehouses. It only takes a quick walk around some of our dedicated showrooms to almost feel each piece jumping out at you, begging to share their stories and add to yours.

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