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Trafalgar Square, London: Lanterns & Columns
Whitehall columns for security
St Catharine's College, Cambridge: Lamppost & Lantern
Downing Street, London: Columns
Victorian Cast Iron Lampposts & Pedestals
Royal Wolferton, Norfolk: Lanterns
Victorian Lanterns: Standard & Bespoke
Signage: Name Plates & Plaques
House Entrance, Garden Gates & Railings
Bespoke Cast Iron Work
Kenwood House Boundary Marker
Cast Iron Kerbing
Cast Iron Letter Boxes
Church Iron Gates, Railings, Lanterns.& Plaques
Church Floor Grilles [Heating]
Warboys Village, Cambridgeshire: Queen Victoria 1897 Jubilee
Warboys Village, Cambridgeshire: Millennium Project
Western Park Sheffield
St Ives, Cambridgeshire: Cattle Market Restoration
Refurbishment Projects
Cambridge Park & Town Benches
St Ives, Cambridgeshire: Oliver Cromwell Monument
Measteg Town Bridgend Wales
Drinking Fountain & Pump Supply
Cambridge City Victoria Bridge Restoration
28ft Colonial & Bandstand
Hanging Basket Columns
Police Lanterns
Finger Posts Directional Signs
Traffic.& Pedestrian Bollards
Lectern In Stainless Steel
Village Signs
Information Panels
Weather Vanes

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Church Cast Iron Gates

St Mary The Virgin, Godmanchester
"St Mary the Virgin Church Godmanchester  Parish Church"
These gates were completely lost and required all new patterns and needed to be re-cast in SG iron and the foundations made with sockets so the roots on the gate piers could be held in place in the traditional manor with molten lead. The large gate Over Throw was required for emergency service access and to light the pathway for the elderly and disabled. The Windsor style lantern had a 70 lux PEC and 70 w son inserted.

East Cadley Lane St Mary Virgin Gates
East Chadley Lane gates of the "St Mary the Virgin Godmanchester  Parish Church" in the District of Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire.

There where some original sections of the gates & Piers left which we could use to comply with English Heritage's requirements on Listed Buildings. The Kissing Gate, Guide Railings and Guide Posts were blast cleaned to bare metal, restored and re-used.

The loose plinth bases on the 3 x Piers where also reused after extensive restoration work. The side railings where added by the County Council to allow disabled wheel-chair users to pass without hindrance through the gates.

All Saints Church Gates St Ives
"All Saints Parish Church" St Ives, in the District of Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire.

These Gates needed both repairing and the recasting of new sections of Piers and and a New LH gate leaf as well as locks and handles;
Installed and made by

St Lawrence Church Entrance
Replacement stolen lantern for the entrance to "St Lawrence Church" Stanmore

The lantern was made from an old photograph. We sized it from the existing cradle on the outreach arm. The picture below is from another angle.

Lawrence Entrance

St Lawrence Outreach Lantern
The original Cast Iron ornate outreach bracket was blast cleaned and moved higher on the corner of the building to prevent the replacement lantern being easily removed. The copper lantern was held to the cradle with 2 ss socket head screws tapped into the metal to hamper the most aggressive thief.
"St Lawrence Church" Whitchurch, Stanmore, North London.

2000 Bow Braket & Lantern
This hand made Bow Outreach Bracket, with a cradle fitting, for the Black copper Windsor style Lantern (70 w MBfu 70 Lux PEC), was supplied and installed by for "Bluntisham Parish Church" Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, to celebrate the Millennium.

St John The Baptist
"St John the Baptist"  Woodhurst Huntingdon Cambs.

Oxford Column and Windsor Style black copper lantern supplied and installed by

Entrance to St Georges Church
Regency Oxford Lanterns suspended in a frog cradle (prior to the base mounted late Victorian frog). The two lanterns where installed in "St Georges Church" Kemptown Brighton. The columns required blast cleaning, repairing and repainting.

St Georges Lanterns St Georges Church Lanterns
Main entrance to "St Georges Church" Kemptown, Brighton showing the lanterns and columns.

Curved Railing
The repair and refurbishment of the "Holy Trinity" railings Cambridge.

Willingham Plaque
The removing of a serviceman's name, P Cox, from the plaque for pretending to have died in World War 1 for the Honor of fallen soldiers. Sadly Percy B Cox, Leicester Regiment, is not remembered for any of his possible heroic actions but more for his deceit.

The Plaque can be seen in the "Willingham Parish Church" and Parish Hall. The finished Plaque below polished with fine paste.

Rememberance Plague


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