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Garden railings

Ref: 2925

Not especially old, but useful, nice looking and easy to re use. I'm always a sucker for the loop style of railings, more flexible than cast for things to lean against (cast iron is very brittle which...

Pair of gates

Ref: 2816

Good pair of gates we've just got in. I don't usually go for ones with wrought iron, being more of a cast iron fella but there simply aren't many gates about and these are a good age and in a very hea...

Cast iron double gates

Ref: 2716

Yes, cast iron, not wrought or steel, proper original Victorian gates, and they are in remarkably good condition with just one of the spikes having been knocked off (see pic). Each gate measures 50 in...


Ref: 2658

Just the one of these, but a nice old hopper with no splits and both its lugs still in place. We used to sell quite a few of these to be used as flower boxes to be fixed to the wall....

Tall iron posts for the garden

Ref: 2507

Originally these were the dividers from a stables in Bearsden, but they have eyelets so could be used to hang gates, but they'd be rather nice just set into the garden for things to climb up (plants n...

small garden gates

Ref: 2014

Couple of nice small (33.5 inches wide) garden gates from a job we did up Dundee way.About my favourite style, this bent wire style and one of them has a lovely handle, real local blacksmith stuff. Ki...

double gates

Ref: 1940

Simple but sturdy double gates which, for once we managed to buy with their original gateposts and even (though a bit bent) their catches. Each gate is 52 inches wide and 61 tall. Gateposts now...

Octagonal Chimney Pots

Ref: 1704

A selection of pots that we bought last week, including a nice set of seven rather slim pots (37'' tall). All in great condition. Only five of the thinner pots left....

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