A Late Victorian fireplace insert with tile sliders.The fireplace insert features highly detailed relief patterning all round the fire opening and hood and in the external framing of the tile panels.
The registered design number ( 249375 ) dates the first production of this insert to 1895 although the pattern would have been in production for years after that.
The area closest to the fire opening has deteriorated too much for restoration and has been replaced by plain cast iron.
The insert is pictured with reproduction 'brick' tiles in Victorian Brown but you can choose any of our reproduction tile sets
An Edwardian fireplace insert with tile sliders.
The main interesting feature of this fireplace is the hood with it's finely detailed relief of an urn and acanthus leaves in a delicate framework.
The decorative border around the tiles is also crisp and precise in its rendition of detail
The main arch of this Late Victorian fireplace is embossed with repeated geometric sunburst patterns. It tapers back to the demi-lune edging of the arched fireplace opening.
The original fireback has had a replacement fondue firebrick cast in.
This is an original cast iron fireplace which is available as a reproduction called the Pembroke
The decorative triangular sections have Celtic scrollwork details and a band of raised geometric patterning above while the shelf has a moulded edge.
It has been fitted with a replacement cast iron fireback with a raised grate to compensate for the unusually high opening.
An interesting Victorian cast iron fireplace insert. The decoration of the hood is the outstanding feature being quartered diagonally with a Shamrock motif on the left, a Thistle on the right, a rose at the bottom and ivy leaves at the top. The central circular decoration has a pennant flag image.
Although It is shown with its original tiles (now sold) it comes complete with your choice of new tile set, fireback and grate.
An interestingly shaped combination fireplace with sinuous Art Nouveau decoration around a plain hooded opening.
A bedroom sized combination fireplace with flared block feet, a widened frieze section decorated with a rod and hanging flowers above an interesting shaped hood.
An unusual and complete version of a Late Victorian canopy on legs c1890 with a moveable hood to control the fire.
It still has it's original fireclay fire walls contained in a cast iron framework which sweeps down to the front grate and decorative bar, beneath which there is a substantial ash box.
Tile panels (around 12 inch wide by 38 high inch) would sit on either side of it, tapering inwards from the fire surround.
Normally some colouring in the tile panels would be duplicated in the hearth.
A tall plain Edwardian Fireplace with a domed 16 inch canopy.
It has a nicely shaped curvaceous and a very deep curved edge to the mantlepiece
An Art Nouveau Combination cast iron fireplace with sinuous floral patterns to the legs and frieze and a bulbous canopy.
A cast iron fireplace c 1880 for a bedroom or smaller downstairs room but with a wide arched fireplace opening (sufficient to take a gas fire)
It has blind fretwork panels on either side of the fireplace frieze and a celtic border running under the shelf.
There is cock beaded decoration running around the inside of the arch
An Arched Cast Iron Fireplace c1880 with fern leaf decoration.
It has a prominent "keystone" and moulded mantel shelf.
It comes with its original bars and would be made useable and complete with a 12" fireback and grate.
It would work well with a 30" stone or quarry tile hearth
A cast iron bedroom Fireplace insert
with a round arch.
It has a round arch with gothic heraldic style decoration.
It still has its original integrated bars
with an adjustable trivet.
A high quality casting with much detailed decoration around the main features of the raised Phoenix cartouche on the frieze and the urn between pilasters on the swivelling hood.
A very rare Cast Iron cameo insert c 1860 with a single trivet.
It has a continuous cradle basket with a cartouche at the top of the half round inner arch and fancy scroll feet.