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Wrought iron fences

Whenever I walk the streets of my hometown or on my travels abroad, I don’t only look at the buildings but I always observe wrought iron fences as well. It gives me great joy to see a beautiful house with a fence that stylistically matches the house. /…I don’t only look at the buildings but […]

Iron industrial bench

How I designed iron industrial bench I love the strong and raw look of old locomotives, the many rivets on railway bridges from the 19th century, and empty halls of old industrial buildings. The time of industrialization of the western world brought the typical look of the infrastructural structures and other buildings, such as industrial […]

Wrought iron coffee table Zig zag

Iron Patio Furniture

I wanted to create an iron table that would be a simple, yet different, blacksmith work; something would stand out in a room. The corners of my Ram table have decorative elements. This gave me an idea of a simple embellishment at the sides between the legs of the table. First I tried with a […]

Wrought iron embellishing

Wrought iron furniture in our living places The space where we spend a lot of our time, where we want to relax after a difficult day must breathe warmth and coziness. In such a space we should be surrounded by decorative objects and furniture that kindle positive emotions. Wrought iron furniture can complement a room […]

Wrought iron coffee table horn

 My intention was to create a classic wrought iron table. But I also wanted to add a few features to the straight lines of the legs and around the corners and give the table a slight twist.                                                                                        /My intention was to create a classic wrought iron table./ After going through all sort of […]

Blacksmith rivets in wrought iron furniture

rivets iron box decoration

Riveting is a process of joining several pieces of material and has been in use since the Bronze Age. Today it is still being used in civil engineering and machine manufacture where required. I try to avoid welding as much as possible. Instead I use rivets whenever feasible. Rivets make an item more interesting and […]

About my work- iron and wood finishing

The iron that I use is suitable for forging but its structure is different from the iron that was used in the past. I protect iron using a traditional method: beeswax is applied on the heated metal. It gives iron a dark mat appearance. The color is not even – it changes from one nuance […]