A reclaimed painted pine fire surround dating to the late Victorian or early Edwardian period. The surround has a classic and traditional style appearance and is of a good size for a living or dining room, with a wide opening to accommodate a fire inset or fire basket. The fire has a thin shelf along the crossbar and decorative corbels. The mantel has a decorative carved edge. The pine has been painted white but there is chipping and cracking to the paint and purchaser may wish to sand and re-paint the surround to suit. The fire surround is in solid reclaimed condition with some signs of age and wear as expected. The crossbar has some holes left from screws used to fix the fire surround to the wall. The paint has knocks, chips and marks. There are some knocks and splintering to the sides of the legs and the feet. The back edge of the mantel has been trimmed so the surround fits flush against the wall. The back of the surround has some thin surface cracks. Please see pictures for condition details. The surrounds simple and attractive design makes it ideal for a period or modern home and will make a nice feature for a fireplace.
Mantel depth 20.2cm
Mantel width 155.7cm
Height 123cm approx
Body width 155.5cm
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