An elegant, reclaimed, antique cast iron fire surround. The surround is likely to date to C.1900 and has a lovely, period, design. The fire surround has delicate ball detailing under the mantel and around the corbels and there are repeated Tudor rose designs on the wide cross bar. The cast iron has been blacked and polished and it has a nice finish. There are two lugs, one on either side of the fire surround, for fixing it to the wall, and two lugs at the back of the mantel that are designed to be sunken into the wall. The surround is of a good size for a living or dining room and is ideal for pairing with a cast iron fire basket. The fire surround is in good antique condition with some signs of use and age, as expected. The iron has some small marks and scratches. There are some small casting marks and pitting. The back has surface rust, as expected. Please see pictures for condition details. The fire surround has a very attractive period look and would be perfect for adding character to a fire place.
Mantel depth 17cm (plus mantel lugs 2.5cm)
Mantel width 108.5cm
Height 124cm approx
Body width 88cm
Opening width 60.8cm
Opening height 84cm
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