Metalwork Conservation, Restoration, Replication & New-Build
Our principled approach aims to save original fabric, use authentic materials and apply traditional craft techniques. We also provide new bespoke installations for listed and contemporary buildings, churches, conservation areas and public spaces.
Our consultancy service offers condition assessments and budget pricing for grant applications. We also arrange stonework and other trades for those who want a complete service. Our customers include local authorities, public bodies, heritage trusts, architects, main contractors and private clients. We operate throughout the UK depending on the size and nature of projects.
These bronze doors into the basement of GdI listed St. George’s Hall look relatively insignificant in scale with the building, but they are nearly twelve feet high.
Replica door furniture and repairs to bronze gates were made for John Rylands Library, Manchester, a stunning GdI listed building.
The sensitive restoration of two sets of Grade I Listed late eighteenth-century Italian wrought iron gates, side panels and railings to Tatton Park’s Mansion house courtyard, with removal of old paint and corrosion, repair of locks and replacement of missing iron details.