GeorgeForge

Traditional and Contemporary Ironwork

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GeorgeForge

Traditional and Contemporary Ironwork

0 Sales On Etsy since 2011

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Shop policies

Last updated on February 18, 2011
At George Forge we strive to produce products of the highest quality and authenticity. We work hard to maintain integrity in all of our work. If you are ordering an item that is listed as a reproduction, that item was made by hand using, to the best of our knowledge, the same materials and techniques used in the original. If an item is listed as hand forged, that item was made by hammer and hand. If you want fabricated items we do those too. Authenticity is our most important policy at George Forge. We do not fake anything.

Accepted payment methods

  • Money Order
  • Check
Returns and exchanges
Returns:

If the item is not as described, we will refund the purchase price and shipping both ways. If you simply decide to return an item, we will refund the purchase price, -10% to cover listing and paypal fees, if the item is returned in original condition within 30 days.

Warranty:

If an item fails during normal use, we will repair it free of charge. In some cases we may even replace a failed item.

Please don't hesitate to contact us with even the smallest questions about your order.
Payment
Paypal accepted. Contact us to pay by other means.
Shipping
Most items will ship via UPS or USPS with insurance. Local pickup is available with prior arrangement. For international shipping or special requirements, please contact us for a quote. Flat rate shipping boxes are used as applicable.
Additional policies and FAQs
The term wrought (worked) iron can be used to describe the work of a blacksmith, or the low carbon alloy no longer produced in industry. True wrought iron, which can now only be obtained through salvage, has distinct properties very different from iron based materials available today. Wrought iron contains striations of silica, giving it a grain like that of wood. The grain in wrought iron can easily be observed on early iron artifacts such as ship anchors and old farm implements. Silica acts as a corrosion inhibitor which makes wrought iron superior to steel in a marine environment. Our best reproductions are made of wrought iron. Incidentally, since wrought iron is very hard to come by, we are always looking for more sources. If you know of, or have some wrought iron for sale, we would gladly accept it.