Restoration and fabrication of metalwork in traditionally-designed building and architectural projects.
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Here are some of the artisans and craftsmen who are making their mark on history by recreating old pieces and creating their own traditional and custom works for a variety of design professionals.
Doug Bracken from Wiemann Metalcraft outlines the often used but incomplete and misleading terms used in the ornamental and decorative metals trade.
Covax Design creates traditional wrought iron gates for two new colleges.
Heritage Metalworks creates chandeliers and sconces to bring Ford’s Fair Lane Estate back to its 1919 grandeur.
Metalwork is essential to traditional architecture—however, it can be intimidating to source. Fortunately, we can look to manufacturers and suppliers—such as King Architectural Metals—for expertise.
What are the traditional options for finishing fine metalwork? Expert metalworker Doug Bracken of Wiemann Metalworks shares with us the six most common methods for achieving a fine metal patina.
The cleaning, painting and restoration of classic metalwork was the first phase of the structural and cosmetic restoration of Marion County Courthouse in Fairmont, WV.
Following architectural ironwork guidelines helps keep projects from falling short.
The historic cast iron on Galveston Island is getting a facelift thanks to metalworker Doug McLean.
Even the most durable metal fencing, those made of iron and steel, require maintenance.
Knowledgeable suppliers explain that custom historic metalwork is worth the time and effort, and will stand the test of time.
Vintage door hardware: solid brass, new construction or historic renovation; over 20 doorset patterns with coordinating cabinet hardware & accessories; dealers throughout US & Canada.