A pure form of iron with a low carbon content that allows it to be worked and manipulated into forms and shapes–unlike cast iron, which can only be moulded.

However, wrought iron is no push-over. Ironmongers use extreme heat from a coal fired furnace and use cast iron tools to hammer and persuade the iron into the required positions and shapes.

Wrought iron is used in interiors for curtain poles, brackets, rings and finials, for hooks , window and door furniture, wall light and candelabra, chandeliers and table bases, four poster bed frames, canopies and balustrades. It is stable and durable and can be painted, or powder coated for a chic finish.


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