Tuesday 1 :00 - 5:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 5:00
Thursday 10:00 - 5:00
Friday 10:00 - 5:00
Saturday 10;00 - 3:00
I am at the shop most days at these times, however I am a one man show, so times may vary from week to week. I am available by appointment at any time on any day, so please feel free to contact me to set up an appointment to meet. If you have a time you know you are coming bye please feel free to call me a 706.308.7603 and I will be sure to be there
I have a lot of iron work in the store ready to go, but If by chance you don’t find just what you are looking for we can design and build it for you in-house. No matter the size of your project .
I make everything by hand, in-house so you can rest assured you are getting a one of a kind piece.
Greenhow Handmade Ironworks is opening a 6,000 square foot blacksmith shop, retail space, showroom, and blacksmith school. The building was the original horse stable used by the historic city of Comer, Georgia to house its carriage horses. Since that time, it has been a number of other business, but mainly a feed and seed store. It was at this time that an oak floor was built over the original dirt floor of the stables. We have received special permission from the city to remove most of the wood flooring to take the building back to its original state. This part of its history will not be lost as we will maintain the flooring in the 1,200 square foot retail space and showroom and use the flooring we remove from the shop area to build the walls and ceiling for the showroom.
The main goal of this fundraiser is to raise money to establish an artistic blacksmithing school in Georgia. At this time there is no artistic blacksmithing school in Georgia, and as Patrick is the only certified artist blacksmith in Georgia, passing the knowledge that has been passed on to him to others is very important in revitalizing the tradition of the small town blacksmith. To follow the progress of this endeavor, please visit our website at www.greenhowhandmade.com or follow us on Instagram @greenhowmade.
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