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A pair of wrought iron gates and uprights
early 20th Century
with brass makers plaque stamped 'Made by C. Henshaw, Edinburgh'
the gates 287cm high by 360cm wide, the uprights each 284cm high by 33cm wide
£3,000 - £5,000
Bidding ended. Lot has been sold.
Provenance; The gates were commissioned in about 1920 by William Sears, a shoe manufacturer for Westone Manor in Northampton, Northamptonshire, which was built in 1914.
The company Charles Henshaw and sons was
established in Edinburgh 1904 and amongst other work, undertook casting
work for the Scottish National War memorial. the firm was also responsible for
the memorial located at the Moray Golf club in Lossiemouth.