Pics pine surround and arched insert Fireplaces, Ref: 2504

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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

Dimensions

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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