A handsome and interesting cast iron Edwardian fire front / fireplace. The fire front has an unusual and attractive design with delicate curved detailing under the mantel and a decorative top piece that sits at the back of the mantel. The fire has a rare design and is ornately decorated with large circular patterns on the top piece that feature pretty leaves. The top has a scalloped edge. The curved section under the mantel has fine detailing and there is a heavy border around the fire opening and shaped front bars. The fire front is designed to be paired with a concrete fire back and fire stool and a new fire brick and reclaimed cast iron stool can be supplied for an EXTRA CHARGE of £95. The fire front has been pictured with the brick and stool in the 2nd photograph to illustrate what the fire will look like with these items and have also been photographed separately. Please inform us before purchase if you would like to buy the brick and stool with the fire. The fire has a registered design number on the back, RD375041, dating the fire to between 1900 and 1910. The fires fixing lugs are present. The fire front is in good antique condition, however there some slight signs of wear due to age. There are some slight scratches, knocks, small casting marks, creases and holes. The back has some surface rust as expected. The fire front is a very special example of Edwardian design and its pretty style is perfect for a period home.
Mantel depth 18cm
Mantel width 75cm
Body width 73.5cm
Height to mantel 111.5cm
Total height to top of decorative top piece 130cm
Opening width 36cm
Opening height 70cm
Fire brick (extra charge) is 15" inside width - Please contact us to check if the brick will fit your fire cavity.
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