Archive for the Railings category

Work on the restoration work for the Natural History Museum in London goes on…and on… and on.

Installation of the first batch of gates. railings and lanterns has now been completed and back to their former glory. Hope you like the colour, Who said ironwork should be black anyway. still no rest on …

October 2017

Shrewsbury Cathedral – work in progress

We were asked by Arrol & Snell Architects to design and make a new balustrade and handrail for an entrance to this Roman Catholic Cathedral in Shrewsbury. Four concepts were presented; all had inspiration drawn …

November 2016

Ironwork should not just be black!

One of National Heritage Ironwork Group's (NHIG) goals is to educate those outside of the fields of conservation, who may have stewardship of historic ironwork, about the importance of proper treatment of decorative ironwork, including …

September 2016

New Guidelines for Projects Using Mild Steel

TOPP & Co. have recently issued a set of guidelines for making new items, such as gates and railings, in mild steel using the skills of the blacksmith and the traditional techniques. Cost is often an issue …

August 2016

Edinburgh Castle — Johnston Terrace Rock containment

We are currently in the process of installing 161 meters of bespoke galvanized railings at Edinburgh Castle.

March 2016