The simple piers are created using solid sections of masonry with a tooled margin and scabbled field and alternating brickwork quoins, allowing for the rhythm of stone-brick-stone-brick up to the capitals which were created in the form of a large cornice section and stone sphere adorning the top. Inset between the piers are sets of beautifully made metal gates, with an element of artistry also included by the metal workers. Either side of the gate piers are bespoke metal columns, that support metal railings linked to the posts. The columns, at over six foot high, wrap both sets of piers and the Eastern fringes of the garden.
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