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1930's Richmond Fan Cast Iron Porch Salvage with Oak Leaf Design GA9497

Governor's Architectural Antiques

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This was recently salvaged from a Richmond Fan home built in the 1930's.  Made of wrought iron with steel tubing, it was used on a porch entrance.  The design is of oak leaves and branches and is in great condition for it's age.  Existing black paint remains on all three pieces with some of it peeling off in areas.  

Each panel is 10 1/8" wide and set together as shown is 103" tall and 77 5/8" wide end to end.  

There are many creative ideas for re-purposing a set like this.  One is an making an arched trestle for a garden. 

Our shop can assist fabrication of your gate with sandblasting or powder coating.  We also have hundreds of other gates available to choose from.    

Note: Should you need delivery on this item, you can contact any long-distance shipping company directly for a shipping quote.  You will need the item details for the shipping company - dimensions, type of product, weight, value for insurance, lift gate service needs and our address for pick up.  

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