Blacksmith

​Contact

​Summary (provided by consultant)

Name: ​Mr Taig Simms, Wellington Steelworks Pty Ltd

Address: PO Box 63, Battery Point, TAS 7004

Email: wellingtonsteelworks@gmail.com

Web: wellingtonsteelworks.com

Updated: August 2021

Wellington Steelworks Pty Ltd specialises in heritage steel work restoration and new works for heritage buildings. Trade qualified blacksmith and welder. We work with residential, public and commercial buildings.  Our work often interfaces with other tradespeople and professionals such as architects and engineers.

Operates: State wide

Name: ​Mr Nicholas Attfield, Nick Attfield Wrought Iron

Address: PO Box 3, Middleton TAS 7163

Phone: 6269 1348

Mobile: 0429 915 013

Email: nick@nickattfieldwroughtiron.com

Web: nickattfieldwroughtiron.com​

Updated: July 2019

​Nick is an internationally trained blacksmith who designs and makes bespoke ironwork specialising in traditional blacksmithing techniques. The forge is located in southern Tasmania.

Operates: South

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