Original Arched Grates, Fascias and Panels

Victorian Cast Iron Fireplace Panels Victorian Cast Iron Fireplace Panels £1,250.00 Reclaimed Victorian  Aesthetic Arched Grate Reclaimed Victorian Aesthetic Arched Grate £575.00 Antique Late Victorian Cast  Fascia Antique Late Victorian Cast Fascia £750.00 Late Victorian insert  with Minton tiles Late Victorian insert with Minton tiles £1,450.00 Original Cast iron Victorian Arched Grate Original Cast iron Victorian Arched Grate £450.00 Original Reclaimed Cast iron Victorian Arched Grate Original Reclaimed Cast iron Victorian Arched Grate £945.00 Original Reclaimed Gothic Register Grate Original Reclaimed Gothic Register Grate £1,850.00 Thomas Jeckyll  Cast Iron Aesthetic Fascia Thomas Jeckyll Cast Iron Aesthetic Fascia £1,950.00 Reclimed Victorian Cast iron Fascia Reclimed Victorian Cast iron Fascia £595.00 Original Regency Cast iron  Fascia Original Regency Cast iron Fascia £3,500.00 Early Victorian Arched Grate Early Victorian Arched Grate £1,750.00 Edwardian  Art Deco Concave Fireplace Edwardian Art Deco Concave Fireplace £895.00 Early Victorian Arched Cast iron Fire Grate Early Victorian Arched Cast iron Fire Grate £1,650.00 Late Victorian Tiled Register  Grate Late Victorian Tiled Register Grate £1,650.00  Gothic Arch Register grate Gothic Arch Register grate £1,650.00 Antique Original Victorian Arched Grate Antique Original Victorian Arched Grate £475.00 Original Cast iron Victorian Key hole Grate Original Cast iron Victorian Key hole Grate £1,750.00 Reclaimed Victorian Arch Grate Reclaimed Victorian Arch Grate £695.00 Original Carron cast iron  Arched Grate Original Carron cast iron Arched Grate £950.00 Original Antique Victorian Slow Arch Cast iron Grate Original Antique Victorian Slow Arch Cast iron Grate £1,250.00 Victorian Arched Grate in Cast Iron Victorian Arched Grate in Cast Iron £750.00 Aesthetic Tiled Cast iron Grate Aesthetic Tiled Cast iron Grate £1,950.00 Original Victorian Arched Grate Original Victorian Arched Grate £625.00 Antique Original Arch Grate Antique Original Arch Grate £395.00 Reclaimed Arched Grate Cast iron Reclaimed Arched Grate Cast iron £395.00 Victorian Reclaimed Arched Cast iron Fire Grate Victorian Reclaimed Arched Cast iron Fire Grate £375.00 Victorian Arched Cast iron Fire Grate Victorian Arched Cast iron Fire Grate £375.00 William IV   Rococo Cast iron Register Grate William IV Rococo Cast iron Register Grate £1,750.00 Keyhole Cast iron  Grate Keyhole Cast iron Grate £600.00 1930's Original Reclaimed  Arts & Crafts Oak Fire Surround 1930's Original Reclaimed Arts & Crafts Oak Fire Surround £2,145.00 Late Victorian original reclaimed cast iron fascia Late Victorian original reclaimed cast iron fascia £950.00 Small Victorian reclaimed Arched Cast iron Fire Grate Small Victorian reclaimed Arched Cast iron Fire Grate £395.00 Antique Original Arch Grate Antique Original Arch Grate £875.00

All our arched grates fascias and panels are suitable for solid fuel, alternatively we can supply living flame gas fires,electric or bio ethanol fires,which can be made to measure,price on application.

We also have a dedicated section on hearths to suit all our fireplaces in slate,granite ,stone or tiles all of which can be made to measure,price on application.

Before visiting our showroom please telephone beforehand if you want to view a particular fireplace which may not be on display.

Arched fireplace grates also known as cast iron inserts first started to make an appearance during the early Victorian period. Although not as popular as combination grates also known as “all in one” fireplaces or tiled fireplace grates the simpler, geometrical designs of arched grates were appealing to many.

Original arched fireplace grates can be easily recognized by a protruding centralized arched semi circle starting at the top of the grate then vertical lines protruding down to the base. The protruding area was sometimes fairly plain or decorated with various patterns and motifs typical of the Victorian period. Original arched grates had front bars to prevent any fuel spilling onto the hearth. The front bars were typically decorated to match the decoration of the arch but designs were usually less decorative. Span covers usually had similar decoration to the front bars while the dampers were a key area for intricate decoration and detailing. Dampers were used on solid fuel fires to close off the chimney opening when the fire was not being used to prevent drought and unwanted cold air entering the room.

We have a selective range of original arched fireplace grates available for viewing. Our team of professional craftsmen have renovated and restored each to its natural beauty, just as it would have been when first manufactured.

Always call us before coming down to view any of our antique fireplaces as we have so many they can’t all possibly be on display. Let us know what antique fireplaces you are interested in and we can make sure they are on display when you come to visit the showroom.