Thursday, April 10, 2014

Filigreed Gate-Good Fences



While driving down a two-lane highway in New Mexico, on the lot of an old abandoned and shuttered Trading Post/Antique store I saw this fabulous gate.  What a beautiful addition to a fence this would make!

Linking to Good Fences

36 comments:

  1. I agree - a beautiful addition to just about anything! Nice find!

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  2. Good morning! Just popped over from Good Fences. The gate is gorgeous, contrasts nicely with the color of the building in the background.

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  3. So intricate and I love the color -- thanks for stopping by!

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  4. Fancy indeed! I like that it folds!

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  5. Oh my! Definitely different from any fences I have seen before!

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  6. A very elegant fence Kate, quite pretty :D)

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  7. wow! really neat!

    thank you for linking up and sharing this!

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  8. I agree with you. Perhaps you could locate the owner of the place and make a deal? Of course, you'd have to get it back to Minnesota. :)

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  9. That really is quite stunning. I could easily see it adorning one of the many huge Paradise Valley homes I've driven past.

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  10. Wow! Wonder if it's for sale. Finding the owner would be the most difficult part!

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  11. HI Yes I agree with you however I think it need quite a sizable home/ranch.

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  12. The style of that gate is amazing, Kate. Terrific find!

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  13. This ia such a beatiful gate, like it very much!

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  14. Gorgeous! I'd paint it black though.

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  15. The gate is beautiful, love the ironwork? Enjoy your day and have a happy weekend ahead!

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  16. What a beautiful gate - so lovely against the colored building. Visiting from 'Good Fences'. Happy weekend! Karen

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  17. Cool looking gate. Sort of reminds me of snakes for some reason.

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  18. Pretty! I love those huge wooden doors they used on the warehouse, too.

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  19. That's quite a find! It's a shame to see this place shuttered and the gorgeous gate chained shut.

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  20. I would love to have that gate!

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