Artistic Iron working


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Wow some Cool stuff I want the Crocodile, A black Rhino & that motorbike & half a dozen gorillas please if your passing ;)
 
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Just about a mile from us is the British Ironworks. It is a place where craftpersons make all sorts of sculptures etc, from iron. Uri Geller had his huge Gorilla made from spoons created here.Take a walk.
http://www.ideasforgardens.net/palustris/British_Ironworks/
Absolutely incredible. If i had to choose i think it would be the black arched gazebo for my garden but all very impressive. The jumping impalas would look amazing in an English property. Thanks for sharing Owdboggy.:)
 
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I love the idea of having sculptures made from things that would otherwise end up at rubbish dumps - using old metals and things such as spoons is so clever! The sculptures really do look fantastic!
 
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Fantastic stuff (y) I love the one of the Impala leaping over the fence!
 
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Simply magnificent, gotta admire the detail on those iron beasts! Beautiful indeed, whoever did this is a real artist that even Da Vinci would envy, no kidding; the detail is outstanding.
 
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I love all the gazebos and the animals! Just simply amazing work!
 
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Amazing...I loved the texture on the rhino and the leaping impalas are great.
 

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