The Blacksmiths Shop in Langley, near Slough manufacture hand forged Gates, Railings and Bespoke Metalwork, as well as selling fire grates (fire dogs), fire guards and fire accessories, often made in Britain, and are a stockist of Aarrow Stoves wood burning stoves and Kirkpatrick ironmongery – http://www.theblacksmithshop.co.uk
The Woodee produce “Handcrafted fire pits and artisan tools and stylish accessories for wood burners, open fires and fire pits designed and made in Herefordshire, England.” Freestanding fire pits/ground level BBQs, BBQ tools, fire irons and tools, log log baskets, and bellows – http://www.thewoodee.com
British Ironmongery of Sutton Coldfield specialise in British Made Ironmongery but do also sell some foreign made products despite the company’s name. They also offer a bespoke service, so if you have an old door handle, lock or any other piece of ironmongery, the likes of which are no longer in production, it can often be replicated for you. Door handles, door knobs, door furniture, window furniture, locks and latches and other ironmongery from traditional to contemporary with wide a range of finishes available. Check country of origin before buying. British made items are labelled as such on their website. British Ironmongery is the trading name of Arden Architectural Ltd. Online only; they don’t appear to have a bricks and mortar shop – http://www.britishironmongery.co.uk
The Cast Iron Air Brick Company (who supply trade, local authorities and the general public) specialise in the supply of air vents and grilles and gratings in cast iron. All their cast iron products are made in the UK for them in foundries in Yorkshire, Birmingham and Scotland – http://www.castironairbricks.co.uk
Pennine Castings Ltd (makers of Blakey’s SEGS shoe protectors) are a foundry producing castings. Pennine Castings Ltd are now owned by H Goodwin (Castings) Limited, an iron foundry in the West Midlands, who also own Tirion Seat Sticks.
Abbey England, Royal Warrant holders , founded in 1982, own Abbey Foundry in Walsall which was formerly B B Stanley Brothers, of Walsall, the last remaining brass buckle foundry in the UK saddlery trade, the name and premises having been acquired by Abbey England in 2009. Established in 1837, Stanley’s brass foundry has built up a range of patterns over the years, covering all types and sizes of brass buckles, headcollar and harness fittings and fashion belt and bag fittings and vehicle fittings and more recently diversified into commemorative plaques and brasses, handles and fittings for vintage cars and boats etc, fridge door fittings and door furniture. The B B Stanley Brothers, of Walsall company was dissolved in 2013 a while after the takeover by Abbey England. Metals Cast are Brass, Nickel Silver, Aluminium Bronze, Pewter, and possibility of other non-ferrous metals if quantities are high enough for ongoing orders. The Casting Method is Green sand casting. The Casting Sizes are Box Size: 12″ by 18″ and Maximum Weight: Up to 1.5kg. Abbey England also own Liston Locks, a British brass lock maker. Abbey England are also importers, so many things they sell including some buckles, brass ware, vehicle restoration components are foreign made. Trade only – http://www.abbeyfoundry.co.uk
Made by the Forge make wrought iron curtain poles made to order, pan racks, shelf brackets and designer lighting. Their website carries the words “Made in Britain, Handmade for You”. All products appear to be British made – https://www.madebytheforge.co.uk
The Procast Foundry is in West Yorkshire. They cast nameplates for trains and so on – shed plates, locomotive nameplates, train headboards, builders plates, replicas, railway benches, etc. Have a look at the video below. It says on the front page of their website “100% Made in Great Britain” – http://www.procast.co.uk
Be Modern Fireplaces marble and timber fireplaces, gas & electric fires, bedroom furniture and bathroom fittings appear to manufacture at least some of their products in the UK. You’ll need to ask if what you are interested in is made in the UK as it is not clear from their website. They say on their website “Continuing to put our faith in manufacturing our products in the UK as the basis of our long-term competitive advantage” – http://www.bemodern.com
Arada Stoves manufacture Aarrow, Villager and Stratford wood burning and multi fuel stoves, still in the UK (in Axminster, Devon) .
Stovax / Gazco / Yeoman of Exeter, owned by Swedish NIBE Group, might have a factory in the UK but it is not clear from their website. They sell wood stoves, multi-fuel stoves, electric stoves, gas fires, and fire accessories. It is not clear from their website whether any items are manufactured in the UK. No country of origin information is given on their websites. Established in 1981 they say they ‘manufacture’ but they do not say where. They do mention a Gazco factory in their history section – “1998. Gazco expands. Having outgrown its factory in just 5 years, construction gets underway to extend the building to its present size, more than doubling manufacturing capacity.” It would be worth asking if they manufacture in the UK. They also sell wood burning stoves that can installed in a house that does not have a traditional chimney – http://www.stovax.com
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Rockingham Fenderseats – make bespoke fireplace fender seats and fireguards in England.
Willow and Stone sell a range of UK made door knobs, metal lampshades, cabinet handles, door and cabinet catches, light pulls, screen prints, mugs, cushions, door hooks, other door furniture, tea towels, cards, bird feeders, mugs, etc. They have a shop in Falmouth in Cornwall.
The Door Knocker Company supply British made brass and iron architectural period fixtures and fittings, including door knockers, door knobs, hooks, shelf brackets, finger plates, hinges, bolts, key escutcheons, door keeps, wrought ironware, cupboard door furniture and other paraphenalia for the home and garden – http://www.thedoorknockercompany.co.uk
Performance Doorset Solutions (PDS) are a UK manufacturer of doorsets, timber windows and purpose made joinery products, supplying for example composite external doors, internal fire doors, timber windows, French doors, folding doors, etc.
IronmongeryOnline manufacture the majority of the items they sell – from hinges to door hardware, threaded rods, bolts and lots more. Ask them for confirmation that what you are buying is made in the UK.
Kirkpatrick – Traditional Ironwork|Antique Door Furniture|Architectural Ironmonger
The only UK producers of Black Ironmongery, Kirkpatrick has been manufacturing traditional ironwork from its foundry since 1885. Made in Britain. Quality ironmongery. Black iron door and window furniture.
Origin manufacture bi-fold doors in the UK.
duRose Ltd do a wide range of metalworking and fabricating in Birmingham, including tent pegs, canopies, benches and tables, brackets, platforms and walkways, cladding, conveyors, gates, machine guards, signs, fire escapes, ladders, security grilles, roller shutters, gates, wall top security, doors, fences, barriers, and the like, in various metals – http://www.durose.co.uk
Flamers natural firelighters are made from natural, renewable, untreated wood shavings, dipped in a wax. Initially they were made in Europe but now for the UK market they are made in the UK. Stockists are listed on the company’s website and they are available online through the Certainly Wood online shop. (see below) – http://flamersfirelighters.co.uk
bio-bean Coffee Logs are briquettes, designed for burning in multi fuel stoves, wood burners and chimineas which are made from waste coffee grounds. On the Made in Britain website they say “”The whole bio-bean team is immensely proud that Coffee Logs are Made in Britain. We built the world’s first coffee recycling plant in Alconbury, where we can reprocess 50,000 tonnes of the UK’s coffee waste every year and turn them into advanced, carbon neutral biofuels which can heat homes and power businesses for less” and “Coffee Logs are, of course, proudly made in Britain and display the Made in Britain marque”. They also sell biodiesel, biomass pellets and biochemicals made from waste coffee grounds – http://www.bio-bean.com
Certainly Wood is UK’s leading supplier of British kiln dried firewood. They use British wood from sustainable sources, whereas, the majority of firewood sold in the UK is imported from the EU – http://www.certainlywood.co.uk
The Safety Letterbox Company have been designing and manufacturing secure mail and parcel delivery boxes since 1986. Their website carries the Made in Britain marque. Founded in 1986, their UK factory is in Sough Wales. Their first mailbox for the home was created with the idea that letterboxes were a vulnerable area in the home and actually the ultimate solution was to remove the opening in a door and replace it with a mailbox that could be wall mounted, recessed or freestanding externally. They now manufacture for the home and commercial use, including banks of multiple mailboxes and individual postboxes. The Safety Letterbox Company is now part of the RENZ Group and German owned – https://safetyletterbox.com