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Ornate Gates

Middleton Forge can manufacture a gate to suit your exact requirements. Because we manufacture in-house, these can be as simple, or as detailed as you require. Our huge range of components on offer allows you to create the exact design you require.

Here are a few examples of previous gates we have manufactured.

Josephine Butler

Josephine Butler
Ornate gates manufactured exactly as the client's requirements

Woodland

Woodland
A basic rectangle frame, vertical infill with arrow head finials. We have used a box section frame, larger tubular infill bars and heavy arrow heads to help create a grand looking gate.

Teesdale

Teesdale
By adding two middle rails and extra lower vertical bars we create our "Teesdale" range. We supplemented this design with circles to infill between the two rails and a row of scrolls under the top rail.

Teesdale - Eagle Riggs

Teesdale - Eagle Riggs
Creating a variation of the Teesdale we have replaced the row of circles for letters.

Teesdale - Heather

Teesdale - Heather
A simple "Teesdale" design. These gates were left with a galvanised finish and are as good today as when fitted over 15 years ago.

Greyburn

Greyburn
Steel letters have been welded into the middle rails; twisted verticals applied; hammered box section frame, lower scrolled panels, solid steel collars and steel baskets. Note the underground motors.

Holwick

Holwick
Using a heavy box section frame creates a quality product. Middle rail, extra arrow heads, twisted verticals and baskets create this design.

Holwick 2

Holwick 2
Hooks have been drilled and resined into existing stonework.

Holwick Bi-fold

Holwick Bi-fold
Due to minimal space we manufactured these gates as "bi-fold" gates. This allows a wide opening to be closed with gates that when hinged and swung take up minimum space.

Barnard

Barnard
A very solid, grand design

Barnard - Un Finished

Barnard - Un Finished
Checks are made, before the gates go to be galvanised and powder coated.

Newbiggin

Newbiggin
In a rural location, the client wanted strong steel gates, but to look like wooden gates.

Newbiggin 2

Newbiggin 2
Box section blended into tubular steel created the desired effect.

The Hude

The Hude
Similar to the "Newbiggin" but the gate is constructed from a box section frame and infill horizontal rails, with the diagonals and verticals made from flat strip welded to the front face.

Durham

Durham
A simple, elegant gate. The design feature is the solid verticals with a squashed end.

Sedgfield

Sedgfield
By applying an arched top we have created our "sedgfield" range.

Sedgfield 2

Sedgfield 2
The automated gates have been projected between the stone pillars. All the automation is now hidden.

Sedgfield 3

Sedgfield 3
Design includes finials, collars baskets and circles

Sedgfield 4

Sedgfield 4
Attention to detail - smooth welds. One of many finial choices.

Sedgfield 5

Sedgfield 5
The gate in its galvanised finish. Preparation and checks are made before the gate goes to be powder coated.

Sedgfield 6

Sedgfield 6
Slightly different variation

Wemmergill

Wemmergill
The rises at each end of the gate and the solid middle rail create this unique design.

Wemmergill 2

Wemmergill 2
This particular location required a intercom system

Wemmergill 3

Wemmergill 3
A simple design, just enough features to blend into place.

Built in hinge

Built in hinge
Keeping the stone pillar as a design feature, the hinges have been built into position.

Eggleston

Eggleston
A simple - bold design

Eggleston 2

Eggleston 2
A square design made up of box sections and tubes.

Aldbrough

Aldbrough
A design created through material selection and shape.

Aldbrough 2

Aldbrough 2
Extending the hinges and frame, allowed the gate to be projected into the opening.

Aldbrough 3

Aldbrough 3
Solid steel pine cones welded into position

Aldbrough 4

Aldbrough 4
A single leaf option

Pre Installation

Pre Installation
For a new opening, we can manufacture the gates ready just to be dropped into position.

Cotherstone

Cotherstone
A design feature top and bottom of the gate, with a centre piece.

Cotherstone 2

Cotherstone 2
Double leaf option.

Sedgfield leaf

Sedgfield leaf
Photo's to follow of the make up

Basket

Basket
A basket welded into hammered bar. The welds are camouflaged with steel decorative banding. Hammered box section and a hammered decorative clashing strip are on the left.

Circles

Circles
A simple row of circle's. One of many arrow head finial choices.

Collars

Collars
Square collars sit between the double top rails.

Saltholme

Saltholme
Created exactly as the architect required

Ropner

Ropner
Vertical bar gates with a bit of extra finishing detail

Stonechester

Stonechester
A large, bold design.

Stonechester 2

Stonechester 2
The Circle and name create this distinctive design

White Lea

White Lea
Another variation

Nunthorpe

Nunthorpe
Ornate in their own right

Nunthorpe 2

Nunthorpe 2
Attention to detail. Hinges, latch, dropbolts and material selection.


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