Ashurst Curved Top Rail TGV Gates

Ashurst Curved Top Rail TGV Gates

£173.68£312.29 inc. VAT

Available on backorder

  • Curved solid top rail with “ears” on the gate stiles.
  • Fully framed, ledged and braced.
  • Priced per gate.
  • Standard frame Ex* 100 x 50 Stiles & Ex 100x 38mm rails.
  • For all Gates priced below Special widths and heights are priced as the next size up.
  • Widths over 1.2m can be made but are not guaranteed.
    For gate widths over 1.2m wide, we recommend using a heavy frame. Please contact our Sales Team for more information and pricing.
  • For help with measuring up, see our Blog entry Measuring for new side or entrance gates.
  • Gate fittings for all sizes of Ashurst gates are available.

More Information

Crestala’s Ashurst curved top rail TGV  gates are manufactured on-site in our workshop by our skilled Gatemakers. We can make special sizes to order.

Ashurst tongue and groove gates manufactured by Crestala are robust yet offer excellent value for money. The timber is pressure-treated, joinery grade, slow-growing Scandinavian redwood. The treatment provides good protection against rot and also insect attacks.

For Ashurst gate widths over 1.2m wide, we recommend using a heavy frame gate like the Withyham range. Please get in touch with our Sales Team for more information.

We can supply all the fittings you need to hang and secure your new Ashurst gate. We recommend fitting adjustable hinges to alleviate any seasonal gate movement.

If you are unsure about measuring for a gate, please read our blog, Measuring for new side or entrance gates which guides the measuring process, or speak to a member of our Sales Team.

Ashurst tongue and groove gates made by Crestala need to be stored, treated and cared for properly before and after hanging. Please, read the recommendations on our”Important Gate Care Information” sheet for more detailed instructions. Failure to follow these instructions may invalidate any future claims.

All treated softwood gates are susceptible to natural movement or shaking (cracks in the timber) as the timber expands & contracts during the normal weathering process. However, unless very severe, this is not considered a defect.

*Measurements before the wood is planed. It’s roughly 5mm smaller than the original size.

Additional information


0.9m (2'11"), 1.05m (3'5"), 1.2m (3'11")


0.9m (35 1/2"), 1.05m (41 1/4"), 1.2m (47 1/4"), 1.5m (59"), 1.8m (71"), 2.1m (6'10")

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