A Life's Passion: Anvil Wrought Iron Furniture

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When the company my father was working for started to fall apart, he led a group of men, all co-workers, to pool their resources and keep their business alive. With my father at the helm, they formed a company called Anvil Fireside Accessories Ltd. that supplied hearth products to pretty much everyone. Toolsets, wood holders, spark guards, andirons….you name it they made it! That was 30 years ago. Today, Anvil is completely family owned and operated, and I, of course, have the pleasure of working and learning, with and from, my father. Over the last 3o years, the line has expanded dramatically to include beautifully crafted Iron Furnishings, as well as a fabulous collection of Outdoor furniture. We operate under the name Anvil Wrought Iron Furniture to include this expanded product offering.
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Located in Mississauga, Ontario, (just outside of Toronto) a small but talented team of people come together to make some of the most beautiful iron furniture today. Made using traditional methods, steel is cut, forged, hammered, shaped, polished and painted. As a custom manufacturer we offer our clients the choice to design exactly what they want. Our products are designed to last a lifetime. The kitchen table and chairs you will sit at, eat, laugh and cry over. A bed your children will crawl into in the middle of the night, and you will long for when you are away from home. Pieces that are meant to be passed from one generation to another.
This week we launched our new website, and I am so excited to share it with you. I invite you to visit at Anvil Wrought Iron . Our catalogue has a selection of some of our most popular designs so you can get a sense of the quality and workmanship of each solid piece. We frequently work with Designers and Retailers, creating original designs and would be happy to work with you as well. If you have any questions or comments please feel free to email me at vitania@hotmail.com.
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My kindest regards,
Vitania

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