Offered as ornamental borders for shrubberies and areas of private gardens, recreation grounds and public parks, hoop top fencing was a regular and distinctive feature of the Victorian and Edwardian managed landscapes. Produced in wrought iron, having been worked by hand, rather than cast from molten metal, this style of fencing appears in the catalogues of the major producers of the day, as held in the Lost Art Limited archives. We now offer reproductions of several styles in order to fully furnish the restoration of original layouts or garden designs inspired by the classic styles and requiring authentic landscape furnishings.
Our Hoop Top hurdle, style number 34 appears in the historic Bayliss, Harding and Bayliss catalogue and features a distinctive double hoop appearance, adding further interest to the classic style.
These products are not to be confused with lightweight and low specification versions available elsewhere. These items are produced in high gauge metal and are fully electroplated then powder coating, providing a base level of protection plus a tough outer coating offering a long life and low maintenance.
The dimensions of the panels are: Height 445mm: Length 1900mm. This excludes the legs that are inserted into the ground.
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- Stock: 20
- Model: The Penrith Hoop Top Fencing Style 32
- Dimensions: 0.00cm x 445.00cm x 1,900.00cm