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While most of the pictures below show our fires fully restored, these are only the tip of the iceberg - we have loads awaiting restoration and can dig these out if you are looking for something specific. We have numbers of people who can install them and arrange to get ashpan covers made to fit any fire.

All these fires can be converted to gas, though with some it is a lot easier (a 16" or 18" opening with no fire back is easiest).

Tiles can often be swapped about and we can, if necessary, weld additional metal plates to the faces of the inserts to make them larger.

If a fire here is labelled as 'sold' do still get in touch as we may have other similar ones waiting to be restored.

Stock Archive List | Gallery of Fireplaces - All these items have been sold.

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Green tiled combination fire

Ref: 2611


Very pretty combination fire from up towards Bearsden, a 1905 ish house. I was so taken with the vibrant colour of the tiles that I never noticed that the canopy was missing, which can be a terminal p...

Red tiled insert with dragon canopy

Ref: 2595


Handsome insert dating to the late Victorian period with a rather unusual canopy featuring a dragon. It looks as if its coming out of a sphere, and I dimly remember something about dragons and circles...

Amazing art nouveau tiled insert

Ref: 2574


The sort of fire insert we only get once a year or so, and the type that has inspired so many inferior reproductions The pictures really don't do it justice, its just a very very nice insert.

Fern pattern combination

Ref: 2559


Very pretty combination fire we bought from a house near Stirling a while ago. It has a 17 3/4 inch opening so would take a decent fire and the thing is made from 2 separate cast halves bolted togethe...

Restored tiny fire

Ref: 2553


This is how the tiny fire ( previous ref 2323 ) has turned out. As good as new, only better....

Tiled insert with back

Ref: 2502


Original tiled insert from just off Byres rd with its original tiles including 2 extra big ones with rural scenes on. Nice little bird on the canopy and its good to have its original back on it as thi...

Tiled combination fire

Ref: 2501


Pretty and decent sized tiled combination with a nice Art Nouveau canopy and rather unusual blue tiles (in the pic we haven't added the top two yet) 16 inch opening....

Celtic combination

Ref: 2484


A pattern we see reasonably often, but rarely with all the original bars, ashpan covers, backs etc. Dating to about 1910 I'd say, and always quite small, often coming from Edwardian semi's or early c...

Dark wood surround

Ref: 2467


I think this is cedar as its a very dark wood that looks pinky when sanded, goes black when dipped is is very light when being carried. From an 1880's cottage just north of Glasgow and in a slightly a...

Green tiled insert

Ref: 2466


Good simple tiled insert with its original back with its original green tiles, as opposed to those rather flat repro ones you see. 16 inch opening....

Dark grey fleck marble surround

Ref: 2460


Lovely marble fire from the south side of Glasgow-Govanhill if I remember correctly. Nice edge to the shelf and in really great shape apart from the fact that where there should be 3 small roundels at...

Simple marble fire surround

Ref: 2459


This fire is quite a bit cheaper than the norm due to the fact that its had a gas mantle fitted to the centre of the shelf, so there's a hole (but its pretty much where you would put your clock or wha...

Grand red marble fire

Ref: 2314


We bought this from a farm in Perthshire where I think it had only been installed for 10 years or so, which often makes them murder to remove as the cements are much stronger. Its an old fireplace, Vi...

Large mirrored pine fire surround

Ref: 2309


Impressive pine surround with its original mirror (which has a bit of foxing which just makes it look original to me). Great chunky corbels under the shelf and really nice and clean-thanks to a combin...

Early hob fire with stone and pine surround

Ref: 2264


Well its taken an aeon to finish restoring this one, but at long last, victory. This is the fire you can see earlier on the web site as gas ref 1811, shown in situ, recently exposed but still partiall...

Fruity combination

Ref: 2258


We've had this pattern a few times over the years, and its always proved to be popular. This is the one with a 16 inch opening, (you also get much smaller bedroom ones) and its covered with patterns a...

very nice pine surround

Ref: 2256


And it looked so forlorn when we bought it, with its shelf off, stored above a workshop in an old shed in Slammannan. Now its about the cleanest fire we have, and coming from a rather grand ho...

Tiled combination fire

Ref: 2232


Looks great this does, dating to about 1895 and from a local school-one of the teachers rooms. Lovely crackly tiles (which can be changed if necessary) and a theme of 'plenty' on the facia-fruit on on...

Grand Georgian insert

Ref: 2231


One of the grandest fires we've had for a while, and one of the heaviest. From Edinburgh's New Town, it arrived without its back panel which we've replaced. In the pic you can see odd marks on the bac...

Large square insert

Ref: 2227


While some fires languish in our back room for years awaiting their turn to be restored, some impertinent fires jump the queue as this young fella has. Only a couple of weeks ago it was hiding ...

The most beautiful hob grate

Ref: 2217


Just in and not restored yet, but it's just so lovely I couldn't help but put it on the website. Just flaunting it really, though it will be for sale later. From an amazing house up north. The ...

Very large oak surround

Ref: 2215


Awful pics I'm afraid, not enough room in the warehouse to stand back and take the pic, and it was dark, but it'll do for now. This actually came from a Georgian/early Victorian flat in Edinburghs wes...

Tall oak surround

Ref: 2197


Good turn of the century oak surround now stripped of its dark varnish. At some point someone had cut the feet off it, but kept them, so we've re-attached them, but this will always be a weak point wh...

Celtic combination

Ref: 2189


Always a popular style, and we've had a few over the years, generally from houses dating to 1900-1910. This one has its original back, flap, grate etc and is just ready to go.12 inch opening....

Gothic combination fire

Ref: 2186


We've had a few these over the years, for some reason usually from Edinburgh, and here's another, fresh from Morningside where its been since the 1880's. 15.5 inch opening....

Contact Details

Unit 1 Albion Centre
1394 South Street
Glasgow
G14 OAP

Mob: 07766 502910
Tel: (0141) 958 1113

Opening times

10.30-5 Monday to Friday
12-5 Saturday

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