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Pair of Antique Cast and Wrought Iron Gates in a Frame

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two bottom hinges

Pair of Antique Cast and Wrought Iron Gates in a Frame

SOLD
SIMILAR WANTED

from £1,475

Ref: 5373

  • Pair of Antique Cast and Wrought Iron Gates in a Frame
  • Totally original salvaged cast and wrought iron gates and frame
  • Reclaimed from Shrewsbury
  • The bottom hinges are included - these are just concreted into the ground - alternatively the bottom of the gates will fit straight into your electric opener
  • The overall width is 74" and overall height is 101" tall
  • The gates themselves are 4ft wide
  • These have been sandblasted - primered and two coats of black gloss have been applied
  • Circa 1880
  • Can’t Find What You’re Looking For... Click Here to View Our Other Gates and Railings Available

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