WOOD GARDEN GATES #89
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The wood garden gates #89-3 near San Jose, CA
The primary feature of the wood gate #89 is the lower extended bottom rail grid and arched top rail.
When mounting our wood garden gates to masonry columns, such as stucco, the gates are shipped with accompanying jambs, reducing the overall net gate width by 3 inches.
The Double wood privacy gates #89-3 near San Jose, CA.
Here, with #89-3, we show the extra middle horizontal rail for two solid panels instead of one single panel.
Shown with the Rocky Mountain Gate Latch E504; Also the Bronze Cane Bolt #80-100; and the bronze gate stop #50-250 (included with all dbl gates)
San Francisco, CA
Like people, Prowell’s wood garden gates come in all sizes and shapes.
The Prowell flanking Fence Panel style #11.
In collaboration with Stroudwater Design, Mill Valley, CA Sent in from San Francisco, CA.
Garden gates style #89-6 is set at the street level, opening up to a patio overlooking Oakland and, in the distance, the bay.
The wood garden gates style #89-1 as double gates with an added middle horizontal rail.
For the Woodlands Housing Park in Houston, one of twelve unique wood privacy gates fronting a common pedestrian walkway. The #89-2 is equipped with the speakeasy 4″ peephole and sliding door. Speakeasy Style #1
WOOD GARDEN GATE–SPEAKEASY STYLE #1
Our current design for the sliding speakeasy door as viewed from the property side of the gate.
To view more examples of different speakeasy doors and grills, click here.
Sometimes the residence itself makes for better viewing than what we can see of the gates. Here we have wood garden gates style #89-4 flanking the architecture on the left and right accesses. A quintessential Georgian Federalist home, dating one assumes to the early 1800’s or possibly late 1700’w.
The ‘Euro’ latch shown below was discontinued in 2004. The same day Rocky Mountain finally agreed to provide us with a line of latches.
The partially obscured wood privacy gate #89-7 in Malibu.
MATCHING WOOD GARDEN FENCE
One of the wood garden fence designs that often accompany the #89 wood [rivacy fence gate.
The Fence Panel is Base Price + 20%
Look, I just want to build a wood gate. How hard can it be?
If you’re working solo, with a sizable radius, create a radius stick of ¼”T x 2″W. Kerf each end. With a length of string, tie a knot in one end and slip it through the kerf. Do the same with the other end. Secure the center of the radius stick to the stock, or gate. At the center, pull the string away from the radius stick to the desired arch, thus creating a symmetrical arc.
There is no substitute for the hand-plane. Nor an extensive inventory of hand-planes designed for specific applications.
One of our older, inherited block planes shown with a portable benchtop planing block. The block is equipped with a stop to hold the stock in place when planing, and a stop on the front underside riding against the edge of the bench.
Alow-angle wood plane with a narrow sole.
A similar plane but with a chamfer sole used for the perimeter edges of the gates, or . . . as a substitute for lunch.
Creating the lower solid grids. A look at the joinery prior to assembly. A series of half-laps and dadoes and drainage troughs that looks more like a Japanese schematic than a gate.