Antique Gates, Grilles and Chapter rings

Discover a variety of architectural antiques for the garden or exterior purposes, including antique grilles, grates and chapter rings.

  • Stock: 12502

    A large antique wrought iron decorative fan light Arts & Crafts in the manner of Thomas Jeckyll
    English late 19th century.

    weight: 119 kg

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    width height depth
    76 38"
    194 cms
    38 58"
    98 cms
    1 316"
    3 cms

    Listed Price: £5,200 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 12816

    A pair of wrought iron and bronze gate panels or window grilles with linked interwoven central panels embossed with brass stylised rose and leaf embellishments.
    English, early 20th century.

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    Width Height Depth
    each 18 18"
    46 cms
    51 78"
    131.8 cms
    1"
    2.5 cms

    Listed Price: £1,600 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 12486

    BILLINGSGATE FISH MARKET, RIVERSIDE, CITY OF LONDON.
    A very large and heavy cast iron arched grill depicting the arms of the City of London and the Fishmongers Livery Company, once a feature of the Lower Thames Street elevation of the Old Billingsgate Fish Market which fronts onto the River Thames between London & Tower Bridges close to The Tower of London, one of the three castings, removed during the 1960s/70s, from the central arches of the entrance to the arcade.
    Designed by Sir Horace Jones in 1877 & made by Cottam & Willmore, London circa 1877.

    Notes:
    The first Billingsgate Market building was constructed on Lower Thames Street in 1850 by the builder John Jay, and the fish market was moved off the streets into its new riverside building. This was demolished in around 1873 and replaced by the arcaded market hall designed by City architect Horace Jones and built by John Mowlem & Co. in 1875, the building that still stands on the site today. Now used as an events venue, such as for the 2004 MTV tribute for 'The Cure', it remains a major London landmark and a notable Grade II listed building.

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    wide height depth
    99 58"
    253 cms
    55 12"
    141 cms
    2"
    5 cms

    Listed Price: £18,000 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 12415

    One pair of a series of seven Art Nouveau wrought iron antique gates with scrolled tops and scrolling decoration with ornate latch locks and sleeve and pivot hinges. Can be sold singly (Gates 3&4 shown)

    French, circa 1900.

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    width height depth
    26 58"
    67.5 cms
    89"
    226 cms
    6 14"
    16 cms
  • Stock: 12465

    A pair of double sided Victorian gold painted cast iron grill panels decorated with central wreaths and arabesque scrolls flowerheads.
    Scottish mid to late 19th century with the foundry mark for the Walter MacFarlane & Co. Ltd, Foundry, Glasgow.

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    width height depth
    50"
    127 cms
    14 1316"
    37.5 cms
    0 58"
    1.5 cms

    Listed Price: £1,200 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 10883

    A set of four massive acanthus scrolled antique cast iron balcony support brackets.
    English, early 19th century.

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    Overall Scroll depth
    42 1116"
    108.5 cms
    25 58"
    65 cms
    11 316"
    28.5 cms

    Listed Price: £1,800 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 11982

    MASSIVE & EXTRAORDINARY OVAL CAST IRON HERALDIC ARMORIAL CRESTS.
    One of two pairs with SNo 11983 this pair centred with large single lions passant in high relief, integrally cast against vertically fluted grounds, all beneath high relief fleur de lys against horizontally fluted grounds.
    Provenance: Reputedly removed from an important structure erected in 1850 in the north of England believed to be near or in the city of Lancaster.
    They are possibly the plaques from an iron bridge and may have been made in a Scottish Foundry.
    English / Scottish early 19th century.

    Shown with the original patination & paint traces. They are cast in one piece but the reverse is hollow with four locating / bolting lugs.
    Weight each : 122kg.

    Notes: The Fleur de Lys symbol...appeared in Syrian heraldry, also Florentine then adopted by the French Monarchy in the 12th century and earlier by the Frankish Kings... appears frequently in English and Scottish heraldry. It was in this configuration...Fleur de Lys over a lion rampant incorporated into the City of Lancaster coat of arms until 1974, when it was revised to show the lion over the fleur de lys. See image below.

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    width height depth
    each 27 316"
    69 cms
    41 1116"
    106 cms
    10 316"
    26 cms

    Listed Price: £14,000 PAIR.( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 11983

    MASSIVE & EXTRAORDINARY OVAL CAST IRON HERALDIC ARMORIAL CRESTS OF THE CITY OF YORK.
    One of two pairs with SNo 11982 this pair with five Lions passant cast onto fluted vertical and cross elements, against plain grounds.
    Provenance: Reputedly removed from an important structure erected in 1850 in the north of England believed to be near or in the city of Lancaster.
    They are possibly the plaques from an iron bridge and may have been made in a Scottish Foundry.
    English / Scottish early 19th century.

    Shown with the original patination & paint traces. They are cast in one piece but the reverse is hollow with four locating / bolting lugs.
    Weight each : 122kg.

    Heraldic information obtained from Richard d'Apice, VP of The Australian Heraldry Society.

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    width height depth
    each 27 316"
    69 cms
    41 1116"
    106 cms
    8 1116"
    22 cms

    Listed Price: £14,000 PAIR.( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 11863

    A cast iron company sign of The Chartered Institute of Bankers, enscribed with the motto Probus et Fidelis, Trustworthy & Honest. Provenance: Fenchurch Street in the City of London.
    English mid 19th century.

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    Width Height depth
    53 78"
    137 cms
    44 12"
    113 cms

    Listed Price: £2,500 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 11179

    A pair of unusual wrought iron arched Gothic gates, tall and wide with original hinge brackets, sliding top and bottom bolts and box door lock. English, early 19th century.

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    width height depth
    49"
    124.5 cms
    99 316"
    252 cms
    1"
    2.5 cms

    Listed Price: £3,500 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 9623

    An early black painted antique wrought iron wall bracket, possibly from a tavern, designed to support a hanging sign, with spear, leaf and scroll detail.
    English, early 19th century.

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    width height
    47 316"
    120 cms
    57 18"
    145 cms

    Listed Price: £750 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 2970

    A Large cast and wrought iron sign wall bracket, possibly from a tavern, designed to support a hanging sign with scrolled detail.
    English, circa 1900.

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    width height depth
    60 58"
    154 cms
    56 78"
    144.5 cms
    2"
    5 cms

    Listed Price: £850 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 9440

    An early Victorian cast iron Porch / Conservatory canopy in three parts with plain finials and open scroll decoration.
    Circa 1840.

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    width height depth
    76"
    193 cms
    22 1316"
    58 cms
    46"
    116.8 cms

    Listed Price: £1,800 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 4603

    A superb pair of cast-iron Neoclassical gates with an armorial crest together with the motto 'Oportet Vivere' - it is right and proper to live.
    Circa 1840.

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    width height depth
    79 12"
    202 cms
    84 14"
    214 cms
    3 18"
    8 cms

    Listed Price: £8,500 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 0

    A superb pair of cast-iron neo-classical gates with an armorial
    crest together with the motto oportet vivere ""it is right and proper to live.""
    circa 1840

    width height
    78 12"
    199.4 cms
    83 1116"
    212.7 cms

    Listed Price: £8,500 ( + vat in EU zone )

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