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Antique Wrought Iron Gates from Brighton Aquarium

Original price was: £1,250.00.Current price is: £1,000.00.

Dimensions:
Height: 186 cm | Width: 146 cm

Material:
Wrought Iron

Pair of antique wrought iron Gates that were removed from Brighton Aquarium in 2004. Would be perfect as wine cellar or conservatory doors.

DELIVERY & RETURNS

£110 estimated UK mainland delivery.

The charges for postage and packaging, or for manual delivery will be calculated at the time of order based on your delivery postcode.

UK Delivery:

  • Parcels normally arrive within 5 working days
  • 1 Man London service normally available next day
  • 2 Man London service normally within 5-7 workings days
  • 1 & 2 Man UK service normally within 5-15 working days

If you want to save on delivery costs, this item is available for collection.

International Delivery:
Quote will be emailed within 3 working days of your order (or in advance upon request).

Returns:
We offer a 14-day return policy. Please note: we do not refund delivery charges and you will be responsible for the cost of returning the goods to us (equivalent to the original delivery charge).

More info here: UK Delivery Prices & Returns

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    Description

    A truly unique pair of large early 20th century interior gates reclaimed from the Brighton Aquarium during 2004 redevelopment. Incredibly sturdy and ornate with a lovely patina of rust adding vintage touches. Would make a great wine cellar / conservatory door!

    Each door is 73cm wide and still has original wall mounting brackets and impressive large lock. New individual glass panels can be easily refitted into specially designed grooves within each door frame.