1, 2 & 3:  These finials, produced by a fifth-generation metal studio, Potter Art, are sandcast to achieve a gritty texture and can adorn curtain rods, fences, or chandeliers. Because of their heft, they also make decorative doorstops and paperweights. $12–$16; potterartmetal.com 

4 & 5:  Jan Barboglio is the mother of high-end cast-iron home accents. The former Neiman Marcus public relations manager draws inspiration from her rural upbringing on her family’s ranch in northcentral Mexico. Blessed Secret Box, $170; Prize Bull bookends that double as doorstops, $490; fortyfiveten.com

6:  Interior designer Lisa Luby Ryan found a cast-iron structural lug in a flea market in the South of France. She brought it back to Texas and repurposed it as a lamp base. Her Blackburn cast-iron lamp is a reproduction of the original. $985; lisalubyryan.com