The term wrought iron seems to be the default word for any metalwork on any building with some age to it. In fact, this is not the case at all! Wrought iron is the skillful hand crafting of metal work done by a blacksmith, i.e the metal being hand wrought.
Most of the heritage buildings in Sydney have cast-iron metal work which is incorrectly described as wrought iron…easy mistake. As the name describes, cast-iron is cast in either sand or in a mould, an easy mistake.
We can help with all your restoration and repair needs to cast iron lacework, wrought iron balustrade, wrought iron furniture, cast iron furniture, wrought iron fencing, cast iron balustrade, cast iron fencing, wrought iron metal work or cast iron metal work.
Heritage Restorations and Renovations adds value to any building by creating superbly designed and beautifully finished architectural metalwork. Excellence in detailed design is what makes us one of the leading providers of architectural metalwork in the industry. To achieve design excellence, we engage some of the best architectural metalwork designers in the world. These include architects, blacksmiths and degree qualified designers from Australia and the UK.
Superbly finished metalwork means striving to manufacture architectural metalwork that resembles as closely as possible, the genuine wrought ironwork made by highly skilled blacksmiths and artists over the centuries, using traditional techniques. Superbly finished metalwork also means striving for perfection when bringing unique contemporary designs to life, capturing the essence of modernity in this historic medium. To achieve excellence in finish, we have an eye for detail, creativity and highly skilled craftsmen.