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  • Have You Seen This Forged Panel?

    I wonder if anybody has seen this piece and know who makes/sells it? thank you. IT's about two by two feet. I need to match a clients existing railing.
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    Antonio Knoy
    Knoy Metalworks
    Ballard (Seattle),Wa

    Miller 200DX TIG/Stick
    Lincoln 175+ MIG
    Hypertherm G3 60 amp Plasma Torch
    Torchmate 2 4'x8' CNC table (for plasma torch)
    1950 Johnson model J Horizontal Bandsaw (10"x18")
    (this saw cut a 0.46mm perfect slice of 10"x12" I beam!)

  • #2
    That isn't King stuff. So I guess your options are: 1. become a blacksmith/artist 2. find the blacksmith artist who did it 3. find a blacksmith artist who can copy it.
    life is good

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    • #3
      Looks like it is one off custom. Prolly have to get an ornamental iron guy to help you fab a replacement. Doesnt really look too complex so it should be fairly easy to duplicate with a little patience, plus some forethought and malice. How many do you need to do?
      Bob

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      • #4
        Ditto the others. I'd be happy to make them for you, but the Seattle area is chock full of good blacksmiths. Log on to www.Iforgeiron.com and register, then post in the general section that you are looking for either the original blacksmith, or one who can make more of those panels. I guarantee success. If not, PM me and I can help you find one.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Rbeckett View Post
          Looks like it is one off custom. Prolly have to get an ornamental iron guy to help you fab a replacement. Doesnt really look too complex so it should be fairly easy to duplicate with a little patience, plus some forethought and malice. How many do you need to do?
          Bob
          LOL

          It might look easy if you've never done it. But if you look close the work screams skill. That was done by an artist blacksmith, not a welder.
          life is good

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          • #6
            Found her

            Kelly Gillam, a local artist who made a bunch for this house
            Antonio Knoy
            Knoy Metalworks
            Ballard (Seattle),Wa

            Miller 200DX TIG/Stick
            Lincoln 175+ MIG
            Hypertherm G3 60 amp Plasma Torch
            Torchmate 2 4'x8' CNC table (for plasma torch)
            1950 Johnson model J Horizontal Bandsaw (10"x18")
            (this saw cut a 0.46mm perfect slice of 10"x12" I beam!)

            Comment

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