The Anatomy of a Wrought Iron Fence
A wrought iron fence is comprised of vertical and horizontal members. Vertical members, also known as spires, are the vertical components of the fence. They are usually spaced about six inches apart and are often topped with ornamental pieces called finials. Scrolls are another form of spire decoration. They are also rather common. When the top of the spire curls around itself, it is a scroll.
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The horizontal members run along the spires, near their tops and bottoms. These help hold the whole fence together. They are important to the overall structure of the fence. Additional horizontal members can be added to create housings for further decorative elements, such as internal scrolling.
A wrought iron fence can be a beautiful addition to any home. These fences are made of strong material and are sturdy. Wrought iron fences can withstand significant force while remaining relatively low maintenance. While they do not offer much in the way of enhanced privacy, their aesthetic appeal and durability make them a fitting choice for many projects.
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