Cast Iron mantels were used throughout the Victorian period, especially around kitchen ranges, although there were plenty of ornate ones produced for other rooms as well.

The Harton Mantel

The Harton Mantel

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The Harton is an elegantly styled late Victorian cast iron mantel with a double rib moulding around the opening echoed by a wider single band for the outer framework.

The strip of large dentil moulding under the shelf is interrupted by the central crescent shaped decoration of Art Nouveau styled leaves.

£695 black

£750 highlighted

  • Size
  • Shelf Width
    57 inches (145 cm)
  • Body width
    51.5 inches (131 cm)
  • Mantel Height
    49.5 inches (125.5 cm)
  • Opening Width
    35.75 inches (91 cm)
  • Opening Height
    35.75 inches (91 cm)
  • Mantel Body Width
    43.3 inches (110 cm)
  • Shelf Depth
    8.75 inches (22 cm)
  • Mantel Rebate
    3 inches (7.5 cm)
  • Shown with the Dublin Insert
  • Shown with Liberty tile set
  • Shown with Granite hearth
The Palmerston 48 Mantel

The Palmerston 54 Mantel

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A cast iron Edwardian mantel with bolection moulding around the fireplace opening. It has a waisted cushion frieze all the way across below a deep shelf

£425 black

£525 full polished

  • Size
  • Shelf Width
    54 inches (137 cm)
  • Mantel Height
    50 inches (127 cm)
  • Opening Width
    36 inches (91.5 cm)
  • Opening Height
    35 inches (89 cm)
  • Mantel Body Width
    48 inches (122 cm)
  • Shelf Depth
    10.2 inches (26 cm)
  • Mantel Body Depth
    3 inches (7.5 cm)
  • Shown with the Toulouse Insert
  • Shown with Jazz tile set in Burgundy and Ivory
  • Shown with Basalt Black tiled hearth