The Aladdin is a cast iron fireplace insert in the Late Victorian style. Its square shape is framed by a repeated celtic decoration, which becomes emphasised by the highlighted polish finish. The decorative celtic theme is continued on the bulbous canopy, intertwined with floral patterning and an urn. The rectangular archway is separated from the insert’s frame by slightly angled tile spacing, which serves to complete The Aladdin’s design.
The Beckingham is a cast iron fireplace insert that is sure to cath the eye. The small fireplace opening affords the insert the room to allow its spacious features to stand out. A large exterior frame combines with a smaller interior curve to frame an eccentrically patterned arch
The Ce Lux is a Victorian style cast iron fireplace insert. Beautifully intricate detailing surrounds the outer rim of a large arched opening, with an inner archway that is decorated with sophisticated beading.
The Celtic Arch is a large cast iron fireplace insert in the Victorian style. It has a classically simple design, with a smooth finish that adds to the presence of the perfectly curved arch opening. The curved bars at the front of the opening match the style of the archway, giving the insert a complete feel.
The Cherub is a cast iron fireplace insert in the Georgian style, complete with a plain fascia and a wide arch opening. The arch is decorated with a floral vine detail running symmetrically along the edges, meeting at the top to frame a wonderful image. A cherub design sits atop block feet either side of the arch.
The Coleby is a cast iron fireplace insert that is as noticeable for its shape as its decoration. A smooth archway bulges from the insert's surface to curve around the fireplace's opening, which itself is set back.
The Collingham is a cast iron fireplace arched insert with a unique triple arch design that surrounds a beautifully shaped opening. The inner archway frames are decorated with variations on a toothed patterning, the designs of which are further emphasised by the highlight polish finish.
The Kensington cast iron fireplace insert is an attractive design in the Georgian style. The archway is decorated with wonderful detailing, highlighted by the brass trim finish and complimented by the rope twist bars that curve around the insert’s opening.
The Laurel is a Late Victorian cast iron fireplace insert. Its grand canopy is decorated with a fruit and urn detail and is made to look all the more prominent by the connecting pillars that run down to the strong basket at the foot of the opening. The basket is designed with simple lines and three bars. Between the opening and the frame sits a line of angled tile panels, bringing The Laurel to life. The frame itself is decorated with a sequence of 10 single leaves on the top, left and right of the square shape.
The London Plate is an Early Victorian cast iron fireplace insert, with an elegantly simple and wide half-arched opening. The curve of the basket perfectly matches the design of the arch’s frame, giving the insert an undoubtedly appealing appearance. At 110cm x 110cm, the London Plate Wide is a larger version of the London Plate (102cm x 102cm).
The London Plate is an Early Victorian cast iron fireplace insert, with an elegantly simple and wide half-arched opening. The curve of the basket perfectly matches the design of the arch’s frame, giving the insert an undoubtedly appealing appearance.
The Prince is an Early Victorian cast iron fireplace insert. The arched opening is decorated at the top with eye catching detail, further emphasised by the classy simplicity of the insert. The basket and ash cover blend in perfectly, with curved bars and floral artwork.