A very pretty, original, reclaimed Victorian cast iron fire trim. The fire trim has a very nice period design with flowers, scrolls and leaves in the centre of the crossbar and on the legs. In-between the pretty designs is a repeating decorative boarder. The back of the trim has a registered design dating number, RD302231, dating the fire to 1897. The cast iron has been blacked and polished and has a good colour and finish. The trim is designed to fit around a fireplace opening with a wood burner or fire basket. The fire trim is in very good antique condition with some small signs of age and use. The fire has some small knocks, pitting and casting marks, especially to the top edge. The back has some surface rust, as expected. Please see pictures for condition details. The fire trim is a lovely example of late Victorian design and its attractive and refined appearance would be suited to both period and modern properties, brining character and period charm to a hearth.
Opening width 66.5cm
Opening height 80.8cm
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