Salvaged from Egypt, this set of 2 wrought iron gates is approximately 100-200 years old and sure to last at least another hundred. This is high quality iron, hot banded and riveted, with primarily no welds. This set has a beautiful arched top with fleur-de-lis finials. The solid panels at the bottom of the gates are decorated with a diamond ornament surrounded by cast floral motifs. Delicately curved scrollwork adorns the picket section of the gates with 3 lead flower ornaments per gate.
As is usual with salvaged architecture of this age, though light, cosmetic and structural flaws are present. The astragal on the left gate and the outer post on the right have disconnected and will need to be reattached. The uppermost lead flower on the left gate has broken and a cast iron flower from the lower panel is missing. This set remains in good condition despite the various flaws.
Weight: 510 lbs.
Overall: 4"(L) x 58"(W) x 118.5"(H)
Left (w/ Astragal): 30"(L) x 4"(W) x 118"(H)
Right: 28.375"(W) x 1.5"(H) x118.5