The Stewart Iron Works tradition is one of artistry in metal.
Since the company's inception in the 1860's Stewart designed products have been known for their excellence and balance of beauty and function. They are created from unique designs and become crafted works of metal that grace the finest homes, institutions, historic sites and parks in the country.
The Stewart shield can be found at the Panama Canal, the White House and the British Embassy in Washington, D.C., the Lt. Governor's Office on St. Thomas Island, the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Museum, the Taft Museum, The U.S. House of Representatives, and at many other prestigious and historic sites.
The tradition of metal craftsmanship continues today and is evident in the custom ironwork still produced by hand as well as the custom architectural metal creations.