This row of private houses in Gillingham in Kent were once part of the residences of staff at Chatham Historic Dockyard, which Malcolm built to recreate the original ironwork taken away in the Second World War's "Saucepans for Spitfires" drive.

Another of the ex-Dockyard houses restored to its former glory.

These gates for St. Stephen's Church in Hampstead, North London required a great deal of refurbishment, using real wrought iron, to bring them to this state of glory.

Details of the forging required for the St Stephen's gates.

More details of the forging required for the St Stephen's gates.

These ornate brackets for a public house in Rochester in Kent were built following details shown in old photographs.