The Abbeville, Alabama Fountain

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Robinson Iron worked with prominent members of the Abbeville, AL community to create a unique fountain for their historic town. The fountain pool was also built by Robinson Iron. Typically utilized as a ring around a fountain, this cast iron pool wall is welded to a steel base to create the basin and make the fountain self-contained. Using existing pattern …

The Roman Fluted Magnus Fountain

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  The Roman Fluted Magnus Fountain has traditionally been one of Robinson Iron’s most popular pieces. Based on the original J.L. Mott Foundry design (because Robinson Iron has acquired the patterns), this beautiful piece can be used residentially or commercially. Of course, at Robinson Iron we can customize any of our fountains. So the Magnus can be transformed into a …

A Must- Share Video on the Tattnall Square Fountain

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So often after a fountain install there will be news crews on hand to shoot video and tell the tale. Sometimes, we may not get to see these videos until well after the fact.   Below is such a video from last December regarding the Tattnall Square Fountain… Enjoy as this news team does a fantastic job of putting this …

Blast from the Past Article: Irvine Park in Minnesotahttp://www.stpaulrealestateblog.com/2011/04/welcome-back.html

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After a car (or two) ran into this beautiful fountain in St. Paul, MN, Robinson Iron was called upon to restore the piece. Fortunately, RIC had originally restored this fountain in Irvine Park years ago so we were very familiar with it! Below is a blog from 2011 giving a few details of the project….   http://www.stpaulrealestateblog.com/2011/04/welcome-back.html

Blast from the Past Newsletter: Tucker Hill- McKinney, TX

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One great thing about our old newsletter is that former Marketing Manager Wayne Fuller wrote articles that never go out of style! Below is an excerpt from a 2008 newsletter regarding the MASSIVE custom fountain e did for the Tucker Hill Development in Texas: http://www.robinsoniron.com/OldSite/newsletters/pages/nl_tucker_hill_fountain.html

Blast From The Past Article: The Banner Building Cast Iron Facade

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“One of the chief causes of the facade’s decline, aside from time itself, was severe water leakage, which had caused the original structural imbeds connecting the cast iron and sheet metal elements to the masonry backing wall to rust to a critical state. The team removed all of the metal elements and inspected them carefully. This analysis revealed that about …