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Wrought-Iron Products
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Welcome to the home of IRON, etc.!

Our products are hand-crafted and hand-wrought from our property in the beautiful Sierra Foothills of Northern California.

As a small, family owned business, we began by producing wrought-iron pieces for our friends and family.  They enjoyed them so much, that we found ourselves responding to requests from their friends and families. 

Today, we make many items to enjoy in your home or outside in your garden. Our inventory includes a variety of decorative and functional products such as: Arbors, Gates, Fences & Railings and including unique candle holders, plant holders of all sizes, baker's rack, garden trellis - use our 'products' link for pictures and a description of each one!

For the 'history buff' we also make replica mining ore cars which were widely used during the California Gold Rush up until the late 1950's.  Our replicas can be produced true-to-size or in various smaller sizes to accent your deck or patio or even smaller to hold your business cards! 

We welcome your patronage and hope that you'll take a few moments to explore our products.  Please contact us with any questions or feedback.

Thanks for visiting IRON, etc!

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Contact Information


          530-272-6664  Iron, Etc. Shop

          530-559-1743  Dave

          530-272-6677  Ceramics Unlimited Shop

          530-559-1200  Karen




Company address:

          1641 East Main St., Grass Valley, CA  95945

 Mailing address:

          1641 East Main St., Grass Valley, CA  95945

Electronic mail:
General Information: ironetc@sbcglobal.net
Sales: ironec1@sbcglobal.net  or dave@ironetc.com
Customer Support: knecht@ironetc.com    
Webmaster: ironetc@sbcglobal.net


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