Price for the pair (Ex VAT) £8,500.00

Available SKU: RWI7399


Every now and then we come across an absolute gem here at Reclaimed World.

This majestic set of huge cast iron gates are from one of the entrances of the original Lloyds of London headquarters in Leadenhall Street, designed by architect Sir Edwin Cooper. The building was demolished in 1978 to make way for the iconic "Inside Out" building but the façade from Cooper's building remains.

At over 12 feet tall, the gates feature a Greek style frieze pattern, 4 bronze circular motifs of the original "LL" Lloyds of London logo, smaller floral emblems, bronze kickbacks and ironwork fittings.

A great find with a fascinating history!

Price does not include delivery - please contact us for a quote (nationwide delivery available).

Additional Information


Height - 146.25"
Single gate width - 23.75"
Full outer width - 95"
Depth - 3"


The majority of Reclaimed World's products are antique, reclaimed or vintage items, and therefor may bear signs of age related wear, such as scratches, blemishes, slight bruising and general wear and tear. We try to be as honest as possible with our descriptions and photographs, and further photographs are always available upon request. We encourage our customers to view our items in person at our three-acre site in Cheshire. All sales are final and we do not accept returns, except in exceptional circumstances.

International shipping available – please contact us for a quote.