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: 14860

    A splendid pair of bronze Edwardian internal gates each with three panels of double circular designs held by a series of flower bosses and crossed batons with foliate heads. The gates are opened by a pair of large, elegantly ornate handles. Provenance: By repute removed from the Baltic Exchange in London.
    English, early 20th century.

    The Baltic Exchange is a member organisation of the maritime industry and provider of information on maritime transportation markets. It is now owned by the Singapore Exchange. The 1903 Grade II listed building was located at 24–28 St Mary Axe, London, until it was destroyed by a bomb in 1992. The new building is located at 38 St Mary Axe, London.

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    each width each height Depth
    25"
    63.5 cms
    74 38"
    189 cms
    3 14"
    8.5 cms

    Listed Price: £6,800 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 12407

    Relics from a penal past. A set of three tall and heavy cast iron Victorian or possibly Georgian prison gates found in Gloucestershire. Each complete with their large sturdy locks. English, early 19th century or earlier. Research on-going.

    Prison cells in late Georgian and Victorian times were often open to the elements with only the gate between the inmate and the weather as shown in the last image of Gloucester Gaol in Georgian times.

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    Width Height Depth
    24 1316"
    63 cms
    66 18"
    168 cms
    1 316"
    3 cms

    Listed Price: £3,200 ( + vat in EU zone )

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  • Stock: 12815

    A pair of fine bronze amorial gate post finials in the form of mythological goats with cloven hooves each holding elaborately scrolled cartouche with mounted sextupled shields bearing two heart gules ensigned with a royal crown, a rampant lion, three roses, and two rows of stars. The first quarter represents the arms of Douglas described as: Argent, a heart imperially crowned proper[i.e. gules, crowned gold] on a chief azure three mullets (stars) of the field. Sir James Douglas known as “the good” made the journey to the Holy Land while carrying the Heart of Robert the Bruce in the 13th century, perhaps this explains his family arms. Beneath this, is the arms of Dunbar, a rampant lion bordered by roses. Sir James was married in 1372 to Agnes Dunbar, daughter of Sir Patrick Dunbar. The top right quarter is believed to be the arms of the Fraser clan.

    Mounted on temporary stone blocks.
    Late 19th century.

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    Width Height Depth
    12 58"
    32 cms
    27 38"
    69.5 cms
    19 14"
    49 cms

    Listed Price: £5,800 pair( + vat in EU zone )

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  • 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: 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
  • 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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