Philip Simmons was an American artisan and blacksmith specializing in the craft of ironwork. Simmons spent 78 years as a blacksmith, focusing on decorative iron work. When he began his career, blacksmiths in Charleston made practical, everyday household objects, such as horseshoes
This gate was designed by Simmons and finished by his apprentices. It is found at the entrance of Philip Simmons Park located at St John’s Reformed Episcopal Church, 91 Anson St, Charleston.
4.25" ceramic coaster with cork backing
6x6" trivet with wood backing
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