Puritan Values Ltd, The Dome, Arts and Antiques
Architectural Items and Decorative Cast Iron

Dec Iron 4
A stunning set of gothic or aesthetic cast iron railings or balconies in the style of Thomas Jeckyll with circular hand rails and stylised Sunflowers and leaf details. There are two identical longer lengths with ball finials and a smaller piece which could be made into a gate or kept as a return which is how it was originally made to be. The two longer pieces have female circular connections to the tops of each where the ball finials are (that I have shown in the images), and further pin connections running down from the finials to connect the pieces together. The three pieces could be made as one length, or a U shape, or a zig-zag shape (not shown), or any combination of the above with some slight modifications.
Measurements Two railings height 43 3/4"; Length 68.3/4". The small piece measures: Height 39 1/2" x Length 29 1/4". The circular hand rail is 1 3/4" thick (with sweet detail supports just below).
£POA.

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Dec Iron 5
A set of five fantastic cast iron radiator covers made by The Liverpool and Macclesfield Cast Iron Co in the 1860's. These covers were originally made for The Royal Liverpool School of Music. One cover with a marble top (shown but the marble has been sold with another 1) has been fully restored, which consisted of shot blasting, priming and painting, the other 4 have been stripped and are ready to be painted to one's personal taste.
Measurements without marble top Height 35", Depth 15 1/2", Width 64".
£POA.
There is an identical radiator cover in Sudley House Museum in Liverpool.

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Dec Iron 6
Dr C Dresser. A superb quality pair of cast iron door handles made by Kenrick and Sons Iron Works.
Height 13 1/2", Width 1 1/2", Depth 2 1/1", Bolt length 2 1/2".
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Dec Iron 7
An extremely rare Art Nouveau cast and wrought iron double staircase made by Eisenwerk Joly de Wittenberg of Germany. A master piece in design and engineering, with stylised swirling floral details to the cast iron tread fronts, with 21 steps including the original 21 oak steps that screw on top. The pair of organic whiplash balustrade sides with hand formed stylised floral details and alternating spiral side rails. The main images only show one level or one flight (10 steps), but it will go to two levels or two flights (21 steps) or it may possibly make two separate staircases if required. There are two main rising sides that sit under the steps (only 1 shown) and two sets of the main decorative balustrades which sit on top of the steps (only 1 shown), one has the original oak hand rail the other is missing and will have to be made. Eisenwerk Joly Wittenburg Germany were a large foundry works by the river Elbe, strategically placed for selling throughout Europe and America made bridges Victorian summer houses became famous for making large elaborate staircases and balconies for royalty in the late 19th and early 20th century. A royal staircase also made for the Palace of Liberty in Brazil has the exact same scrolling details to the stair fronts as the one we have here and features an elegant Art Nouveau style. The Palace Of Liberty staircase like this one was meticulously crafted in iron with floral ornamentation, and was considered a masterpiece. Eisenwerk Joly Wittenberg staircase designs won a prize in London for the accurate aesthetic taste and innovation of its technique. A rare and unique opportunity to buy a museum quality work of art that will make a bold and striking statement and look sensational restored and polished back to the iron or bead blasted and painted. The staircase is in good order but will require some restoration and refurbishment which would be sensible to do when fitting it. The total height I have tried to measure and relate accurately as I can and I would suggest each flight rises to almost 10' in height. All Victorian buildings had high ceilings so I cannot be far off.
Circa 1900.
£POA.
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Dec Iron 8
An exceptional set of 23 Arts and Crafts doors attributed to M H Baillie Scott with wonderful Glasgow style stain glass panels. The doors are made from slow growing scotch pine and something to behold when viewed in person. The stain glass panels were probably made by McCullock and Co of Glasgow. The quality of these doors are exceptional, a little thicker than usual doors. As well as the 4 large doors shown here in 9 of the images, there are 17 standard size internal and external doors, these 17 do not have stain glass panels but many have a single upper central glass pane, as shown in the last image but they could have stain glass made for them to match. Four are are painted white and one is a staircase cupboard door with a triangle cut to the top (not shown). You could build a house around these doors.
The set consists of including measurements :- Two large sliding barn/garage doors with iron wheels Height 89 1/2" or 227 cm. Extension of the iron wheels Height 8 1/4or 21 cm
Total height of doors with iron wheel extensions height 97 3/4 or 248 cm Width 35 1/2or 90 cm x 2. Thickness 2 1/4" or 6cm.
Two large doors matching above with fabulous iron hinges with heart details. They both have a male and female rebated side opposite the hinges to close into each other. Height 89" or 226 cm Overall Width 69 1/4 or 176 cm . (This is the width when they are closed together). Thickness 2 1/4" or 6 cm
Smaller internal doors some differ slightly in measurements. Height 74 or 188 cm Width 33 or 84 cm Thickness 1 3/4 or 4 cm.
Circa 1890.
£POA.
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Dec Iron 8a
With above.
£POA
Circa 1890.
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Dec Iron 9
Four x Architectural decorative cast iron posts (two pairs) which have been shotblasted and professionally painted black ready to erect.
Circa 1900.
£POA.
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Dec Iron 10
Dr C Dresser. A cast iron stickstand designed by Dr C Dresser, made by Coalbrookdale.
Height 32", Width 20", Depth 7". Circa 1870's.
£POA.
See Hallstands and Stick stands
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Dec Iron 11
A set of stained glass doors and windows, riddled with intricate floral detailing.
Door- height 80", Width 32"
Four side panels- height 80", width 22"
Height of large window which would go above the door- 22", width 32"
Height of the two small windows which would go above side panels- 26", width 22".
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Dec Iron 12
Stained glass window with vibrant red rose focal point.
£POA

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Dec Iron 13
A pair of stained glass windows depicting a little cottage on a hill with a smoking chimney amongst country scenery.
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Dec Iron 14
A period Arts and Crafts stained glass door with stylised floral details retaining its original handle.
We did not fit all the stain glass panels for the images and for transport but we do have them and they are all in A1 condition.
£POA

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Dec Iron 15
Glasgow School. Stained glass in copper, with stylised roses. Copper making it considerably stronger than lead; quite rare and very expensive in its day.
Each door/panel measures- height 81", width 22 3/4".
£POA

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Dec Iron 16
A cast iron stickstand by Robbins and Co in the style of Thomas Jeckyll.
Height 33", Width 18 1/2", Depth 8 1/2". Circa 1875.
£SOLD.
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Dec Iron 17
A set of good Gothic Revival oak inlaid stair posts consisting of one very large one, five smaller ones and a single stair support.
Circa 1870.
£POA.
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Dec Iron 18
A pair of curved oak alter kneelers could be used for a number of things with an inventive imagination.
Circa 1890.
£995.
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Dec Iron SOLD.
TALWIN MORRIS cast iron stickstand. £SOLD.
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