Much of our material heritage has been lost over time – entire structures or as is often the case individual components. Working from documentary photographs or utilizing existing historic castings, Robinson artisans are skilled at replication. Digital Laser scanning eliminates costly on site removals while faithfully capturing original details. Our engineering staff provides sound structural designs in keeping with the best in value engineering. In addition traditional time honored foundry techniques are employed to insure quality.

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  1. I am Lee Evans with KBL Restoration and am trying to find a cast iron foundry that can replicate historic metal seat standards for a courthouse we are restoring in Texas. Please call me at 254-485-6793.
    Thank you

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      hi Lee— we have worked on several courthouse seats in Texas before and would love to help! I just left you a message

      Thanks! Luke Robinson

  2. We are restoring an historical Hotel located in Texas and need to replace and/or restore a few cornice brackets and façade columns. I can be reached @ 832.677.1175

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  3. Good day. We are looking for a urn/pedestal for the center of our circular driveway in our new home. Can you email me the price for the No. 4 of the “egg and dart” bowls on the formal urns with laurel wreath noted below? My email is We are preparing to make a decision so time is of the essence. Thanks much.

    Bill Krizner


    Egg and dart detailing on the bowls of these high style, formal urns is perfectly complemented by a traditional, ornamental laurel wreath on the base.

    No.1 No.2 No.3 No.4
    Height 30-1/2″ 34″ 36″ 49″
    Outside Bowl Diameter 15″ 24″ 30″ 36″
    Base (sq.) 10″ 15″ 20-1/2″ 20″
    Weight (lbs.) 116 153 227 384
    All items are cast iron unless noted.

    Call for pricing

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