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UK Architectural Antiques. Suppliers of cast iron radiators and interiors

ESTABLISHED 1976ALL PRICES INCLUDE VAT

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Primary Image - Large Run of Reclaimed Cast Iron Wall Railings

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Large Run of Reclaimed Cast Iron Wall Railings
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Image 2 - Large Run of Reclaimed Cast Iron Wall Railings
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Showing how they join together
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The closest pallet are the 14 with small repairs & the one at the back is the 27 good panels
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Image 5 - Large Run of Reclaimed Cast Iron Wall Railings
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This image demonstrates the 14 panels which need small repairs
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6 panels which have missing pieces
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UKAA Buy and Sell Victorian wrought iron gates and railings

Large Run of Reclaimed Cast Iron Wall Railings

SOLD
SIMILAR WANTED

Ref: 7472

  • Large Run of Reclaimed Cast Iron Wall Railings
    To be sold as one lot only
  • This is a very rare Victorian set of cast iron railings
  • Circa 1880
  • Each section of the railing measures 34" long x 26" Tall
  • Reclaimed from Sydney House in Inverness, Scotland
  • There are 27 x good panels (99%) complete
  • There are also 14 x panels which need small repairs (See photos below)
  • So in total you will have 41 panels - ie 116 running feet - plus extras for spares and repairs
  • For carrying out the repairs there are 6 extra panels (which are 80% complete) and a box of bits
  • Each panel weighs approx 23kg
  • Unfortunately the gate in the photograph was not available for us to buy.

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At UK Architectural Antiques we are always looking for new items to buy.

Our buyer is not office based - please note our sales staff cannot provided telephone valuations.

Our buyer buys remotely from your pictures and descriptions - then our driver collects and pays for the goods, therefore the buyer needs sufficient information so that he can make a decision without physically seeing the items.

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