G. Krug & Son Ironworks & Museum

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(410) 752-3166
415 W Saratoga St, Baltimore, MD 21201
http://www.gkrugandson.com/

We are dedicated to one purpose: to provide our customers with ironwork that is beautiful, durable and represents a value that will stand the test of time.

G. Krug and Son is the oldest continually operating blacksmith's shop in the United States. We are a fifth generation family owned business uniquely qualified to offer a wide range of custom ironwork products. We are literally a working museum still using many of the same tools, equipment and techniques used well over 150 years ago. We also offer expert repairs and restoration work to your existing antique ironwork, often still having in stock some of the old patterns and tooling to replicate and replace missing and deteriorated parts. Some of our custom products include: custom furniture, hardware, gates, railings, fences and custom steel forgings.

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