Ecclesiastical Ironwork

From the point of view of the craftsman, church commissions are of the very best, not only because of a desire to emulate the very high standards of work done in the past, but also because ironwork placed in churches is likely to remain in place for a very long time. For these reasons, we tend to regard such work as a privilege, and have been fortunate to work in some of the most important cathedrals in the land.

Shrewsbury Cathedral

In December 2014 Arroll and Snell, architects for Shrewsbury Roman Catholic Cathedral, asked Topp & Co. for ideas regarding guard …

York Minster

Over the years we have worked on various projects in The York Minster. Francis Skidmore work used in twelve new candle …

St Paul’s Cathedral

New handrail for the main spiral staircase In Spring 2008 we completed a new handrail for the main spiral staircase at …

Durham Cathedral Handrails

As part of a £10 million multiphase HLF development at Durham Cathedral, we were asked to make new handrails as …

Heritage Brochure

This link will take you to our e-brochure page which contains our brochure on wrought iron as well as other …

Ely Cathedral

Rarely do we have the opportunity to create in wrought iron a large new work of art such as a …

Annesley Church

A new commission to provide wrought iron grilles, handrails and a gate at Annesley - Old Church. All Saints Church — …

Archbishop Holgate School in York – Wrought iron cross

In 2000 we were approached to work on a sculpture project using two contrasting metals for the Archbishop Holgate School …

Lincoln Cathedral

Dean's Eye Window repairs - The Dean's Eye rose window, the North Transept of the cathedral is one of the most …

Wrought iron and oak handrail for a private chapel.

Two genuine wrought iron handrails for a listed nineteenth century chapel, fully forged and entirely traditionally made, with oak handrails.