Wrought Iron Antique Gate. Formally a window grill, this gate belonged to the 240-year-old Georgian Mansion, Templeton House. After being constructed in 1786 it was named after its first occupant, Lady Elizabeth Templeton.
Elizabeth had created designs for the famous English potter, Josiah Wedgewood making a name for herself as a designer. Another significant occupant of the home was a young Winston Churchill. Churchill had resided there in 1919 while the building was owned by his cousin.
The Grade II listed home later served as a hospital. Templeton House has an impressive architectural history and has recently undergone full restoration.
This gate features a very unusual design.
We have two others available.
For an opening of approximately 112.5 cm