Hand Forged Iron Gate
Perhaps Darryl Reeves is the remaining craftsman to hand-forge in the tradition of New Orleans' 18th and 19th century African American ironworkers. This "Hand Forged Iron Gate" measuring 4 x 6 feet, was made in 2000 in Crawley, Louisiana.
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