ironwork // metal

reclaim

demolishion

minneapolis

minnesota

salvage

1890

1960

acanthus leaf

accolade

antiques

architectural salvage

art nouveau

balcony

bench leg

brackets

brushed iron

building art

cast iron

ceiling grate

chair

circle

corinthian

cross

curved

curved handles

deconstruction

decorative

diamond

double gate

electric

elevator cage

fan

filigree

flowers

garden gate

gate

general electric

gothic

grate

gravity grate

hand forged

hand wrought

hitching post

ice cream parlor

iron

light post

medallion

metropolitan

organic

ornate

oversized

painted

panel

pattern

planter

quantity

quatrefoil

repurpose

restoration

riser

roof cresting

roof peak

roses

scroll

scrolls

seat

square

stairs

steps

street light

swirl pattern

tread

twisted rods

urn

victorian

vintage

widow walk

window box

window grate

window guard

wood

wrought iron

iron building stars - quantity available

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iron building stars - quantity available

40.00

Building facade stars of iron.

8" diameter x 1/2" deep

AA# 35287

27 available

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In the southwest, you won’t find the lone star just on the Texas flag, you also might find it on the side of masonry buildings. Anchor plates are cast in the shape of a five pointed star, and connected to a tie rod or bolt for structural reinforcement. Typically, because anchor plates can be seen on the outside of buildings, they are made in a decorative style. You may be able to spot star anchor plates in cities with legacies of 18th and 19th century brick construction, but if you’re not in the mood for a scavenger hunt, we have iron anchor plate stars in the store. Re-purpose these by adding hinges and making a door knocker or hanger, or arrange the stars in an artistic pattern to decorate an interior wall.