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Stewart Iron Works

Phone: (859) 431-1985
Address: PO Box 2612, 20 W. 18th St., Covington, KY 41012
Website: Click here for more information

    Over 100 years experience in creating ornamental fences, iron gates, railings, and other unique architectural metal products. They fabricate steel, wrought iron, glass, aluminum, stainless steel, copper, and brass. Park benches, bike racks, even gazebos.


    Cindy Grapner July 19, 2014 at 11:40 am

    We have several yards of wrought iron fence on our property, and the gate part has a circle medallion in the center that says “Stewart Ironworks, Cincinnati, Ohio.” The fence and gate are not in good condition…rusted, and a few broken areas. Here’s the situation…my husband wants to junk it, and I’m sure it’s worth a million dollars…at least! Please let me know, so we don’t have to argue, and I could use the million dollars! I also know that it is very old, and would be very cool in the right garden, or backyard. Thanks! Cindy Grapner, Celina, Ohio ASAP! 419 586 6107

    Virginia Stewart Bailey January 5, 2015 at 7:56 am

    Hello Cindy,
    Do you still have this ironwork fence & gate ? My family started Stewart Iron Works many years ago and I am interested in finding old pieces related to it. However, I cannot afford an arm & a leg for it ! Thank you for any info…
    Gigi Bailey
    PS…I live in KY and could drive to Ohio to pick it up…

    Jonathan Smith May 24, 2015 at 7:57 pm

    I have a Victorian style gate from Steward Iron Works and it has the center medallion for the “The Stewart Iron Work 3rd Culvert St, Cincinnati, Ohio. I have the matching end post and one piece of the fence. I’m looking to sell it please email me for any question of for pictures for it.
    Thanks Jonathan Smith, Virginia

    Bob & Joy Mitcham October 5, 2015 at 7:28 pm

    We live in Monroe, Louisiana in a house that was built in 1833. We also have parts of a fence and a gate that was made by Stewart. We have been able to salvage twelve panels that are approx. 8 feet in length and are installing them between brick pillars. The gate has a plaque with the name of the plantation for which it was made. The name on the plaque is “INGLESIDE” and was the main gate to the fence. It is in good condition and will serve aid the entryway to the rear courtyard which is our primary entrance now. If we ever get the project finished I will email you some photos. The house has been in my wife’s family since her grandfather purchased it in 1917.

    Adria Appleby June 26, 2016 at 4:27 pm

    I have three NYC park benches that were made by Stewart Iron Works, Cincinnati Ohio.

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