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Ornamental Iron Patterns


Curly Oak (above) & Bird of Paradise (right)


These century old traditional wrought iron castings are still popular today. They can be built into railings, fences, gates & columns to give a truly unique appearance of your wrought iron project. The original Bird of Paradise was said to have been carved by Ponce de Leon.

 


Rose

 


Of all designs in use all over the country, the popularity of the rose design is second to none. The superb craftsmanship and beauty of detail of the original pattern is maintained in the finished casting.


Pontalba

 


The pontalba design was derived from a pattern originated for the mansion of Baroness dePontalba in New Orleans. A simple design that embraces the classic scroll effect of being hand wrought.


Full Lateral

 


Nothing compares with the elegance of a pair of curved full laterals terminating at the base of the stair. The graceful sweep and detailed workmanship make a statement at your entrance.

Various cast scrolls are available to dress up your railing and add a note of distinction. Ball and urn finials are also used on the railing and fence posts.

 

Spear points are available for fences and gates.

Badger Railing can show you a variety of different patterns and scrolls to make your project look unique.

 

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