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About Us

Skilled Craftsmen

Tony Majors using the power hammer in the shop.

Tony Majors has been forging metal since the 1970's, and his son Joshua began forging in the 1990's.  Their  work has been featured in homes throughout California and Hawaii.  Every job is unique and custom and is designed and built for the client.  Contact Tony today to see what's possible for your project.


The Process

Custom Ironwork templets and jigs made to fit the shape of the curves.

Today we realize there is a demand for custom ironwork that is not merely bought from a factory, but is hand crafted by artisans.  The process begins by determining what style and concept would fit your space.  After drafts and designs, we head into the shop where the metal is heated, shaped and forged together.  The installation process takes place after the project leaves the shop.  We have a variety of finishes that are available which are typically hand applied once the ironwork is in place.  

The End Result

This custom Railing with a bronze cap was done in Saratoga Ca.

The finished masterpiece will be one that can stand the test of time for your home. Please contact us today for more information on how we can design, build and install your custom ironwork.  Our goal today is to create architectural ironwork that is excellent quality and will last for future generations. 

This was the "Majors" wedding arbor for their wedding in Santa Cruz Ca.

Site Content

Forged by hand

Below is a list of some of the items we can design, build and install for your home, winery, or wedding.  Builders of custom ironwork in the San Fransisco Bay area and Central Coast of California.  


Railings/hand rails/balconies 

Wine racks/wine cellar doors

Entry doors/door grids




Beds and furniture 

Fire screen and tools

Brackets and hinges

Coffee tables 


Curtain rods

Chimney caps

Kitchen hoods 

Kitchen pot-racks

ironwork in Los Gatos

 ironwork in San Luis Obispo

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"One machine can do the work of 50 ordinary men. No machine can do the work of one extraordinary man."  -Elbert Hubbard

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