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One of several commissions from repeat clients near Tenterden in Kent that required a well cover with a central hatch which would allow them to lower in their well pump then close the hatch back down without the pump hose getting pinched. Due to the surrounding ironwork my clients liked my suggestion of using flat steel bars rolled on edge to form hoops. The spacings and rivets were requested by my clients and the woven steels were my suggestion to add dimension and rigidity.

Well cover by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith
Well cover by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith

Riveted woven design

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Well cover by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith
Well cover by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith

Riveted woven design

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Well cover by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith
Well cover by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith

Riveted woven design

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Well cover by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith
Well cover by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith

Riveted woven design

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Well cover by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith
Well cover by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith

Riveted woven design

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Well cover by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith
Well cover by Joel Tarr artist blacksmith

Riveted woven design

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