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The fence separating the Mikhailovsky Garden from the embankment, embodied in a harmonious mixture of Art Nouveau and Russian style. It perfectly complements the architectural ensemble of the Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ, also called the Savior on Spilled Blood. The beautiful wrought iron grille is one of the most famous masterpieces of art forging. Produced at the Karl Wickler plant from 1903 to 1907. The author of the project is considered Alfred Parland.
The drawing is saturated with natural motives, with opening flowers and stems of fabulous plants abundantly filling the space. You can admire the openwork ornament for a very long time. He carries in himself some kind of special attitude, silence and calmness. This work will be a model and example for future generations of metal artists for many years to come.
A replica or free interpretation of a famous piece is the perfect choice for decorating your own home.
The fence is made by hand. The frame and posts can be made from a set of steel pipes or bricks.
Decorative elements, onlays and tops are made by hot forging from rolled metal, a flat pattern is carved on CNC machines. The decor is mounted by means of a locksmith screw connection, argon welding with subsequent touch-up.
Galvanized, two-component acid primer and professional blacksmith paints. Special industrial enamels and powder coating are used without galvanizing.