Pics pine surround and arched insert Fireplaces, Ref: 2504


Details of Victorian Fireplaces

Pics pine surround and arched insert

This came from Edinburgh and looks like pitch pine but doesn't have the weight so may be cedar? Anyway, its a good looking fire, nice and clean with only a bit of damage at the bottom by the feet where they've been cut for a hearth. The easiest solution to this is either to trim the feet down or to cut a new hearth around the feet so that its hidden.
Its shown with an insert that may be elsewhere on the site, but is the biggest one we've ever had, measuring a whopping 46 inches tall by 42 wide, though still with a 16 inch opening. It came from a Georgian house near Dunbar and is certainly a really old fire and while the casting is really crisp, there are a couple of holes in the plate which I think have always been there, albeit filled in (and can be again) just ancient casting flaws I guess. Never seen an insert with the little skirting along the base either.

Ref: 2504


Height and Width: 142.2 cm's by 177.8 cm's
(56'' by 70'')

Inset Height and Width: 96.5 cm's by 96.5 cm's
(38'' by 38'')

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