Old Gray Cemetery Has Her Fountain Again!

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The re-creation of a historic cast iron fountain can be a long process. There a lot of questions to be answered before any work can begin.   For instance, are there any remaining pieces of the original? Of not, is there good photography? Who has the original patterns? If those are not available, can new patterns be made? How long …

Robinson Iron in the News: Lady Ermintrude is BACK!

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Another wonderful community, another beautiful fountain restoration! This time, Robinson iron restored the Yavapai County Courthouse Fountain in Prescott, AZ.   The fountain was, for the most part, in shambles just a short time ago. but thanks to the dedication of a few Prescott residents, the fountain (and the statue they call “Lady Ermintrude”), is back where it belongs!   …

Next Fountain to Restore Hails from Arizona!

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Robinson Iron is proud to announce that we will be working on the Yavapai County Courthouse fountain from Prescott, AZ in the coming weeks!   See a write up on the fountain and our methodology in the link below… There are also several pictures of the fountain as-is pre-restoration…   Meanwhile be sure to check out this website and our …

Themis Statue in Texas is Back in Its Rightful Location!

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http:/http://www.kxxv.com/clip/14031689/justice-themis-statue-reinstalled-atop-mclennan-county-courthouse   The beautiful Themis Statue at the McClellan County Courthouse is BACK! Check out the report in the link  from KVVX  in Texas to hear all about the project! Special thanks to the WONDERFUL folks at Montgomery Construction who could not have been better to work with!   Thanks for stopping by and we will have more on this …

Business Alabama Magazine Features Robinson Iron!

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“There were two paths looming in front of Ricky Robinson in 1973, when Robinson Iron was formed as a spinoff from Robinson Foundry, the company his father started in Alexander City shortly after World War II. In one direction there was the basic production of metal casings, repetitive foundry work that Robinson describes as “hot, dirty and labor intensive.”   …