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  • Classic simplicity.

    Shown here is a white Carrara marble fireplace with simple lines surrounding a traditional Victorian tiled interior. The fireplace is clearly the focal point of the room and sits comfortably alongside the modern furniture neighbouring it.

  • Adding character to a modern extension.

    Whether decorative or functional, an antique fireplace adds dramatic character to any home. Here we have a black, marble surround and a William IV hob grate sitting on a black, polished slate hearth. The antique fireplace bordered with the parquet flooring provide and inviting setting in which to relax.

  • A different background.

    A traditional fireplace can provide a delightful addition to exposed brickwork as shown here. Pictured is a Edwardian cast iron combination grate which would be a most welcome addition to almost any background.

  • Simple Arts & Crafts.

    This is a simple Edwardian Arts and Crafts design, in the style of Charles Voysey. The central heart and uncomplicated approach sit perfectly within the highly decorative walls.

  • Elegant Clean Lines.

    An elegant Georgian pillared Belgian black marble pictured with an original Georgian cast iron hob grate. Complemented by an early 19th Century gilt wood mirror. This piece adds welcome splendour to a magnificent Georgian bedroom.

  • Edwardian Art Nouveau.

    The spectacular original tiles in this Edwardian Art Nouveau fireplace really attract the eye. The cast iron surround is finished with traditional black grate polish and fitted with a simple slate hearth.

  • Simple pleasures.

    The perfect accompaniment to an afternoon’s reading. Pictured is a painted Victorian cast iron surround with a floral design in its centre and ornate corbels. The beautiful cast iron hob grate (Circa 1840) subtly complements its surround.

  • A warm welcome awaits you in this salon…

    Here we have a magnificent Victorian cast iron surround with an original tiled interior. The tiles are of a simple, fluid, classical design and suit the setting perfectly.

  • Pretty in Pink

    The perfect addition to anyone’s bedroom; this Victorian cast iron surround with tiled interior with a simple hearth and complementary fender.

  • Victorian Grandeur.

    The impressive focal point of this room is undeniably this Victorian statuary marble surround. It has been presented with a Victorian a polished cast iron and steel dog grate.

  • Painted cast iron.

    This ornate Victorian cast iron fireplace has been painted in ‘off white’ and is installed with a Georgian cast iron register grate, set on a honed black slate hearth.

  • Dark interior; dark fireplace.

    In this dark interior is an unusual marble fireplace surround in striking Neo-Marquina marble. A Victorian arched cast iron grate is sympathetically converted to a gas fire which complements this wonderful setting.

  • Continental oak surround.

    A French late 19th Century oak surround of beautiful colour and patina installed with an early 19th century William IV cast iron hob grate. The whole set on a black slate hearth.

  • Mixing styles in a traditional interior.

    Here we have an example of how different periods and style can sit well together. The late Victorian statuary white marble surround with sienna marble columns fitted with an ornate William IV cast iron hob grate. The fireplace sits within a traditional setting with further antiques.

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