Welcome to Utopia Forge

Blacksmiths producing Wrought Ironwork and Metalwork based in Guildford, Surrey

Available for Commissions

Public and private commissions for wrought ironwork and metalwork can be undertaken by Andy Quirk and Utopia Forge

Surrey Blacksmiths

Crafting metalwork and wrought ironwork for over 20 years



A selection of public and private wrought ironwork and metalwork commissions undertaken by Andy Quirk and Utopia Forge. A range of functional art work, hot forged and fabricated in a variety of metals by Guildford, Surrey based blacksmiths.

Works of Art

This is some of my personal work. Emotion and application frozen, captured in time. My inspiration and surreal imagination has steered me in a direction of personal desire to capture metal work in a certain form. Emotions, memories, happy days.


Over the last 35 years I have worked with some of the most talented and skilled blacksmiths in the world. Here are some of the images of the work we have produced together, these pieces of work require extreme discipline and team work which has been second to none.


Over the years Andy Quirk and Utopia Forge have won numerous awards for their wrought ironwork and metalwork accomplishments and environmental enhancements using site specific metal artwork. View some of the awards won by this Guildford blacksmiths.

Recent Posts / View All Posts

Utopia Launches New Website!

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It doesn’t feel like it has been 5 years since we first launched Utopia’s website but time does fly. We hope you like our new site and have even updated it with a lot of new works and great pictures, so let us know what you think. You can also check out our updated portfolio; Cheers Andy

Utopia’s BBC News media coverage

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We came up on the BBC News website today, we created a sculpture for the village of Send to appreciate the history of blacksmiths in the village. A very personal piece for me, I served my apprenticeship with two former workers of the local firm Sex and Sons. Please click here for the article