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Olde Worlde Ironmongery, a beautifully crafted and comprehensive range of traditional and contempora

PUBLISHED: 12:22 22 September 2011 | UPDATED: 20:02 20 February 2013

Olde Worlde Ironmongery, a beautifully crafted and comprehensive range of traditional and contempora

Olde Worlde Ironmongery, a beautifully crafted and comprehensive range of traditional and contempora

Olde Worlde Ironmongery, a beautifully crafted and comprehensive range of traditional and contemporary English designs including door, window and cabinet hardware. In solid bronze, black and patine.


Olde Worlde Ironmongery, a beautifully crafted and comprehensive range of traditional and contemporary English designs including door, window and cabinet hardware. In solid bronze, black and patine (pewter colour) finishes to enhance the look of your home, these fittings just need to be seen.



Mark Frater, who, in the eighties co-founded Clayton-Munroe and in the nineties established Dartington Steel Design has embarked on a new venture specialising again in high quality architectural ironmongery. Always looking for inspiration and new challenges, moving with the times this on-line business is a further progression of his career. Mark has been involved with many prestigious projects predominately in the UK, the USA but also worldwide. From the restoration of fittings in the Houses of Parliament for The Parliamentary Works Commission to the Presidential holiday home at Marthas Vineyard and numerous film sets such as Harry Potter, The Pirates of the Caribbean and most recently, The House of Games.



This new range is certain to delight and inspire the discerning home owner with its distinctive collection of hardware. An additional range of solid cast iron fittings including hanging basket brackets, wall plant holders and even old English Toast stands from one of the last UK manufacturing companies will be available soon.



See the Olde Worlde Range at www.ironmongery.uk.net you will not be disappointed.

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