About us

We are a blacksmith company that gives a personal service with our products which are manufactured to a high standard.

Our work with iron continues for more than 10 years and every product is made from the initial planning to the final installation.

Your imagination is our limit. From the smallest element such as keys or locks to the biggest fence or portal – we can build it.

We can build you railing systems which can complement any architectural style.

Whether you require a simple or you prefer complex railing layout or design we can build it for you.

We can build you a custom designed and fabricated gates and portals which will add beauty to any type of house.

We can build you an iron canopy – a different way to say “welcome in our home”.

We can build you grills for your windows, to complete the vision of your house.

We can add style to your interior –chandeliers, candle stands, tables and many others.

A little history

The word “wrought” is an archaic past participle of the verb “to work,” and so “wrought iron” literally means “worked iron”.

Knowledge about the use of iron spread from the Middle East to Greece and the Aegean region by 1000BC and had reached western and central Europe by 600BC. At that time its use was primarily utilitarian for weapons and tools before the Middle Ages.

From the medieval period, use of ironwork for decorative purposes became more common. Iron was used to protect doors and windows of valuable places from attack from raiders and was also used for decoration as can be seen at Canterbury CathedralWinchester Cathedral and Notre Dame de Paris. Armour also was decorated, often simply but occasionally elaborately.

From the 16th century onwards, ironwork became highly ornate especially in the Baroque and Rococo periods.

In France, highly decorative iron balconies, stair railings and gateways were highly fashionable from 1650. Jean Tijou brought the style to England and examples of his work can be seen at Hampton Court and St Paul’s Cathedral.  In the US, ironwork features more prominently in New Orleans than elsewhere due to its French influence.

As iron became more common, it became widely used for cooking utensils, stoves, grates, locks, hardware and other household uses.

The blacksmith had a general knowledge of how to make and repair many things, from the most complex of weapons and armor to simple things like nails or lengths of chain.

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