Ivy Lace is a dual styled wrought iron gate that measures 15 feet and 10 inches long. This elegant gate is midnight black with bright gold and deep bronzed tones. It has a
stylish top and more traditional picket bottom with two layers a delicate open floral pattern. One of the most eye captures features is the center of the gate, where the two sides join you
can see half circles coming together to create one. Between these layers of circles is the decorative Fleur de Lis "Flower of the Lilly" emblem. This symbol is known for its regal nature, first
appearing on royal symbols in France centuries ago. It denotes wealth, pride and purity.
There is a narrow panel that runs at this same joining point. This middle panel is engraved with a Victorian floral design from top to bottom. At the apex of the gate is a collection of
swirls culminating up to a regal fan shape. Ivy Lace gets is name by the lace looking pattern that the golden ivy flowers create. Two bold arcs are found underneath this sprinkling of florals.
Truly a majestic gate, Ivy Lace doesn't disappoint!
Dual Gate (shown above)
15 feet, 10 inches
6 feet on sides
9 feet, 2 at highest point
The exact version of Ivy Lace shown above is ready to ship and available for purchase. It is currently located in our Odessa, FL warehouse. If these specifications do not meet
your needs, you may also order this gate utilizing revised dimensions. Simply visit the main listing for Ivy Lace and input desired measurements indicating dual or single styled gate.
Our gates are welded using traditional stick welding processes. Also known as shielded
metal arc welding, this process consists of using a consumable electrode coated
in flux (a chemical agent - zinc oxide - that removes oxidation from metals) to
create an electric arc for welding. The vapors from the flux create an inert gas,
known as shielding gas, which conducts heat and reduces the voltage required for
welding. This process also creates slag, or melted metal, that protects against
atmospheric contamination of the welded material. The slag must be chipped off,
and the overall process requires a skilled artisan for a properly finished piece.
Forging is the traditional means of working iron and other metals. Traditional tools
are the hammer and anvil, and one major benefit of forged metal is that it becomes
harder as it is worked. This is because the grains of the metal are deformed to
follow the new shape, not broken, as in other methods of metalworking. Our gates
are forged in order to provide the most durable final product possible.
Powder coating is the process by
which powdered pigment is applied to and cured on a surface. The process for powder
coating consists of a mechanical and/or chemical treatment of the surface to remove
impurities and contaminants followed by the application of the pigments. Then the
material is cured at high temperatures which makes the pigments flow together and
react chemically to form the coating. Powder coating is preferred for certain surfaces
because it creates or contains close to no volatile organic compounds and does not
sag or run with thicker coats. The overspray can also be recycled so there is little
waste, making it less expensive and creating less hazardous waste. It is also more
versatile than traditional liquid paints. Often, thinner coats of powder coating
will be used for a slightly orange peeled effect to prevent fingerprints, but thicker
coats may be used for a smoother finish. Our gates are powder coated to provide
the most uniform, precise painted effect possible.
Wrought iron is a reliable, attractive metal used for crafting gates. To begin with,
it is versatile, making it suitable for a number of gate applications. It also offers
a unique appearance in comparison to standard metal or wood gates, and can be customized
with a variety of accessories or welded with accents of other metals, such as brass.
It is so striking, that it has become a favored medium for metal sculptors for its
artistic value. Finally, it is durable, a must for security and extended life. As
such, we have chosen wrought iron for some of our finest and most distinctive gates.
Flat Rate Shipping on Ready to Ship Gates!
We offer an amazing shipping deal for our ready to ship gates: $199* flat rate to the continental United States. ArtisticGateConcepts.com also ships to Hawaii, Alaska, Canada, Virgin Islands and more. Please call or email for rates to these areas.
*Price reflects commercial destination rate - an additional $80 will be added for residential delivery.
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