A large and elegant, reclaimed, satinwood Edwardian fire surround. The surround has a nice appearance, traditional to the Edwardian era, with raised and fielded panels and a mirror along the crossbar. There is dentil moulding under the mantel. There is a shelf under the mirror with corbels. The satinwood has been stripped but there are some stains and marks and you may wish to sand and finish the surround to suit.
The surround is in need of some refurbishment and is sold as seen. The mirror is being held with a ply sheet at the back of the surround and will need to be secured properly. There are some missing pieces of decorative beading. The wood has some knocks and chips. There is some separation to some of the joins of the beading. The fire surround legs have had wooden plates attached at the back, where they meet the cross bar, as the joints were loose. There are some surface cracks and some wood knots. The shelf has a slight curve. The mantel has some knocks to the edges. Please see pictures for condition details. The surround is of a good size, ideal for a large reception room or a business and once refurbished it will make a nice statement piece for a room.
Mantel width 137.2cm
Mantel depth 17cm
Body width 124.3cm
Height 181.5cm approx
Opening width 95cm approx
Opening height 95cm aprox
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