Reproductions / New Heritage Style Fencing - The Scots College

This new forged iron fencing for the school was to be sympathetic to the gates. The decorative components in the work consisted of  'fire-welded' blunt arrows and scrolls. The members all passed through square holes in the horizontals. There was no visible welding and the scrolls were fitted with counter-sunk screws. The work was galvanized, dressed, and epoxy primed and top-coated in the school colour. The pillars were strengthened and the brick pillars raised prior to installation. The panels were set into the brickwork with epoxy and plastered smooth so that there were no visible fastenings.

Client: The Scots College

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