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A little insight into daily life at Grove Cottage Forge. Whether he is shoeing horses, or creating some bespoke wrought ironwork, Graham is always busy hand crafting iron objects for use inside and outside the home.
At Grove Cottage Forge we are very privileged to be able to observe the wild hare and it’s behaviour in the fields surrounding us. It reminds us of Lewis Carroll’s ‘Alice in Wonderland’ when the March Hare sat down at the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party.
Vera was proud to be the owner of a Suffolk horse which she called Bertie. The Suffolk Punch is a local breed, so much so, that it can be traced back to a Colt foal born in 1768, owned by Thomas Crisp of Ufford, which is the next village to our Forge in Wickham Market.
Black smithery is an art. Here we find out exactly what inspired Graham Goldsmith to sculpt his Fish Tail Curl curtain pole and finial.
Timeless Handcrafted Lamps Our hand crafted wrought iron lamps will brighten and cosy up your home throughout the cold winter months.