I was researching arch designs on google images and I came across this Antique arch.
It is described thus:
Antique heavy wrought iron garden rose arch in scroll design, with traces of old green paint, English, circa 1940. Rare form to give added interest to garden paths, providing support for rose vines etc. Has extended length to anchor arch in ground. 94 inches high, 40 1/2 inches wide, 17inches deep. When installed in ground 80 inches high. $850.
Date: Early 20th C.
Dimensions: 94 H x 40.5 W x 17 D
I am certain it is one of our Standard scrolled arches
no earlier than 1972 most likely post 1986. We charge about £68 each for them in black primer by the look of their price tag $850 we are seriously undercharging.
Perhaps the answer is to distress them a bit, let them rust then charge a more realistic price.
What should I do, tell them that their acreditation department has made an error or up my prices?
To see for yourselves vist their site.