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Home The most misused ironwork term today; “What is Wrought Iron?"

Brent talks to an expert Iron Crafter who explains the challenges of matching historic iron work today. After reviewing some historic steel doors, they discuss wrought iron and how it is such a misused term today. Wrought iron is an alloy that is extremely expensive and rare. Why do people still ask for a wrought iron fence. Find out by watching.

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