Wrought Artworks are no longer taking projects on as they have moved the focus to manufacturing Steel Windows and Doors. Using the same appreciation for fine metalwork, traditional craft values and Australian manufacturing, Steel Windows and Doors benefit from the breadth of experience from over 25 years in the metalworking industry.

Wrought Artworks was established by Wendie McCaffley & Guido Gouverneur in 1987. They run their business beneath the imposing trusses of one of the world's great Victorian industrial cathedrals - The Eveleigh Locomotive Workshop.

Wrought Artworks undertook specialised metalwork projects, entailing design, forging, casting, fabrication, machining or polishing.

Using traditional techniques with an individual approach to each project, Wrought Artworks maintained a strong commitment to producing and restoring work to the same high standards of the past.

About Wrought Artworks
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