Finial and drain

      We make no secret of the fact that we love the Victorian attention to detail, some you might say unnecessary, but they did have a way with wrought iron and here are two simply splendid examples.
      The first is a finial that graces the top of the ridge on a greenhouse and it looks as if it could pass muster for some medieval weapon designed to cause maximum pain, from all angles.

      The second, well it's a drain cover on the floor of the greenhouse and whatever anybody says, this is so much more pleasing than a piece of modern perforated metal. There must have been about fifty or sixty feet of this cover in three foot lengths and around a foot wide.
      We could definitely find a use for it.
      The trouble is they'd probably use that finial on us if they caught us loading the car.