Finishes and Materials

Brass Club Fenders

At Acres Farm, we only use 100% formed brass for our fender bases and solid brass for the rest of the metal work (not including the seat frames.) We do not plate steel with brass as plated metals can chip even with a lacquer and then rust.

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Polished brass, a mirror finish but will dull down over time if left untreated (Oven lacquered to prevent dulling, if required, at extra cost)

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Hand bronzed (Dark)
finish on solid brass. 

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Hand bronzed (Light)
finish on solid brass. 

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Hand antiqued finish on brass
(for fenders with an outside width of 2m or less)

Stainless Steel Club Fenders

We use 100% stainless steel for the formed bases and solid stainless steel for the rest of the metal work (not including the seat frames). Stainless steel alloy is far more durable than standard (mild) steel as it is by the most durable of the two and will never rust. We do not plate steel with a stainless steel finish as plated metals can chip even with a lacquer and then rust.

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Polished steel - a mirror finish

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Brushed steel - a grained finish

Painted Club Fenders

Our painted fenders are made with mild steel. The powder coating is applied electro-statically and then cured under heat to provide a very hard wearing finish.

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Satin black

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Matt black

gunmetal

Gunmetal

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Matt bronze

Wooden Club Fenders

In either mahogany or oak, a club fender base mixed with metal collars and uprights is a stunning alternative. There are several stain options to choose from (contact us). We may use idigbo for painted fender bases or where the base is curved. 

Mahogany

Mahogany

Oak

Oak

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