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I designed these gates in a stained glass theme as they would be constantly viewed from both sides and this design works equally well when viewed from the front or back - traditionally ironwork is designed to work best from one side. The imperfect symmetry prevents the design from becoming visually stale and means each side still looks good on its own, even when the other is open.

Stained glass gates by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith
Stained glass gates by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith

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Stained glass gates by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith
Stained glass gates by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith

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Stained glass gates by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith
Stained glass gates by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith

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Stained glass gates by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith
Stained glass gates by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith

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Stained glass gates by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith
Stained glass gates by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith

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Stained glass gates by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith
Stained glass gates by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith

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Stained glass gates by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith
Stained glass gates by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith

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Stained glass gates by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith
Stained glass gates by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith

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Stained glass gates by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith
Stained glass gates by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith

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Stained glass gates by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith
Stained glass gates by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith

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