Stock No: 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.

Link to: Antique Grills & Gates

Listed Price: £3,200 (+VAT where applicable)

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

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