The history of the art of forging, as a method of metal products decoration, goes back to the distant past. Do you remember the character from Greek mythology Hephaestus, God of fire? Even then people skillfully mastered blacksmith’s work, but they forged bronze, not metal. Thus, they made weapons, tools, items of household and interior. All this was done for practical purposes, therefore, forged products were of high quality. Interestingly, according to archives such metal products have great healing power, and blacksmiths are considered to be wizards. And this is not surprising, because the masters had to determine the degree of heating by eye, and the sort of steel by fracture, sparks and color. Modern art forging is still very popular these days.
Wrought iron benches, gazebos, canopies, gates, fences, tables, chairs, sofas, beds, consoles, cabinets, racks, and many other details decorate interiors, exteriors, facades of country houses and apartments, as well as landscape designs. In other words, forged products are the most versatile products which are used everywhere. For centuries, wrought iron fence adorned and defended palaces, manors and estates of Russian landlords, churches and cultural institutions. After mastering of iron, fences and gates began to be made from this material, though, and they were of no aesthetic value. Today, any fence should possess such qualities as strength, durability, practicality and, of course, beautiful appearance. Undoubtedly, all these qualities can be achieved by art forging.
Metal fence and its 3 incontestable advantages Forged fences are made of specially treated stainless steel. On its surface the polymer layer is applied to protect it against any adverse environmental destruction. This polymer coating increases the aesthetic value of the fence, as there is an opportunity to give the product any color, shade and texture. The most spectacular wrought metal fences are of "precious" colors: silver, gold, bronze, and artificially aged. It is worthy of note that metal fence looks great with almost all materials: stone, wood, fabric. the product will look Equally striking in combination with other forged products, for example, forged fence, forged bench, forged bridge. What to say of the award-winning ensembleof a table and other details of interior. And the diversity of forged fences today is dazzling. Moreover, You can make an individual order at a reasonable price and get your own personal masterpiece in no time. So, join the list of numerous fans of the centuries-old art of forging and rejoice over it for decades Photos represent our restoration works on the following objects: The cabin of Peter the great, the Summer garden, the Mikhailovsky castle, the Mariinsky theatre,
The Mariinsky Palace, the Palace of Grand Duke Nicholay Nikolaevich,
The Vorontsov Palace, the Museum of artillery, the Alexander Nevsky Lavra,
The Spaso-Preobrazhensky Cathedral, the Lopukhinskiy garden, the Grand Choral Synagogue, the Garden of Saint Galli, the Albreht residential treatment center, Children's hospital of St. Nicholas,
The Derzhavin Museum, the Orphanage (Spiridonov mansion), the Garden of January 9th,
The Kleinmichel chalet, the Vladimirsky Cathedral, the Lomonosov University,
The house of Nobel, St. Andrew’s Cathedral, the Gates in Dobrolyubova street
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Original metal lattice and solutions of forged blade will not leave you indifferent.