A very pretty reclaimed Edwardian cast iron bedroom combination fire, dating to C.1900-1909. The fire has a lovely appearance with swags and bows along the crossbar and a pretty scrolling edge to the base of the smoke hood. The fire has retained the original front bars and concrete back. There are two lugs under the mantel and two on the legs for fixing the fire to the wall and there are two shallow tabs on the back edge of the mantel. The fire is the perfect size for decorative use in a bedroom. The iron has been blacked and polished and has a fantastic finish. The fire is in good reclaimed condition but has some slight signs of use and a small amount of repaired damage, as expected of antique items. The back has some surface rust. The front of the fire has some light scratches, pitting and casting marks. Slight tarnish and surface rust to the underside of the grill and the top edges of the concrete back have some chips. There has been a small amount of repaired damage to the front bars and the small repaired crack and some knocks can be seen. There is some pitting around the mantel screws. Please see pictures for condition details. The fire is a great example of Edwardian design and would be perfect for adding period character to a home.
Mantel depth 13.6cm (14.1cm inc tabs)
Mantel width 69.7cm
Body width 53.2cm - 61cm
Cavity width needed 36cm
Cavity depth needed 20cm
Cavity height needed 64cm
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