Gameproof Fencing: Style No.26

This style of gameproof fencing is featured in both the Victorian Garden Catalogue and the catalogue of the Bayliss, Jones &Bayliss Company of Wolverhampton and London, renowned for their Iron and Steel, Plain and Ornamental Railings and Gates.

Both decorative and functional, they were intended for inclusion in pleasure gardens where they could enclose flower beds, shrubberies and ornamental waters. According to the original publicity, These hurdles make a neat guard against rabbits for enclosing shrubberies, also for borders in private gardens, recreation grounds and public parks.

This style is 620mm high and 1930mm in length. It is electroplated for protection against corrosion prior to painting.