Cast Iron Fireplaces

Classic cast iron fireplaces can help restore a period house to its former glory, or create an authentic look for a more modern home. These quality reproductions take their inspiration from genuine 19th Century designs.

Adelaide Insert

Named after the queen consort to William IV, the Adelaide is based on a model that originated in 1837.

Alexandra Inserts

With its restrained elegance reminiscent of the late Edwardian era, the Alexandra Insert is a beautiful cast iron fireplace.

Arched Insert

Originally created around 1880, the Arched insert has become an icon of timeless fireplace design.

Art Nouveau Fireplaces

With all the exuberance of 19th Century fin de siecle style, the Art Nouveau captures the era's design motifs to perfection.

Combination Fireplaces

Combination fireplaces became popular over a century ago due to their compact size and the combining of a fireplace and mantel in one unit.

Kensington & Knightsbridge Inserts

As a reaction to the ornate style of the Baroque period, the Georgians developed a taste for what became known as Neo-Classical design.

London Cast Fronts

As the Georgian era developed, landowners started to build town houses in London, which featured smaller fireplaces, initially with a fire basket in a brick opening.

Poppy & Wheatsheaf Fireplaces

This design takes advantage of the latest production techniques to create a one-piece casting that is quicker to install.

Victorian Tiled Fireplaces

Victorian tiled fireplaces are a subtly revised version of an elegant original design dating from around 1885.

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Accreditations

We have worked closely with Ivett & Reed for some years now and can not fault their quality and workmanship, which is of the highest standard.

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