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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.

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Large grand marble fireplace

Ref: 3495

A truly lovely fire, shown before we've done anything to it. It was one of about 5 identical ones we bought many years ago from the tenements by Glasgow Academy (Colebrooke terrace) that were collapsi...

Art nouveau bedroom combination

Ref: 3492

About as lovely as you can get, classic original art nouveau combination. Not the biggest, definitely a bedroom size....

Bedroom combination

Ref: 3486

Nice little combination from the Gorgie area of Edinburgh. A pattern we see quite often but none the worse for that. Just popular I guess. It was from a bedroom and has a 14 inch opening....

Victorian tiled ships stove

Ref: 3469

First one of these we've ever had, apparently from a boat (and probably a rather fancy one at that). All the corner details are brass, as is the makers name plate and what lovely tiles! It's old, and ...

Green tiled insert with brass canopy

Ref: 3398

And this fellow came from near Perth, nice having the brass canopy, 16 inch opening....

Latest combination

Ref: 3369

Rather a fancy combination fire we've recently restored which came from a Victorian tenement somewhere or other, 16 inch opening so a reasonable size....

Ornate surround with mirrors

Ref: 3359

This came from a large house off Nithsdale road and is pine and gesso, so won't strip well, though to be honest, with that much detailing, I think it would look best painted white. Certainly not the c...

Very large grand black marble surround

Ref: 3349

Terrific black marble fire which recently had to come out of a property in central Glasgow. Never been painted, so still with its original shine. Very nice having the extra angled inner trim. Dating t...

Large grand timber surround

Ref: 3344

Many years ago I bought this from a large house in Helensburgh when it was painted white and due to its size, detail and the fact that it had to be hand stripped, it got ignored, and then buried behin...

Very decorative bedroom combination

Ref: 3204

We recently bought 2 van loads of fireplaces from the Borders which included 3 like this one, now fully restored (thought alas one of them requires some serious work). About as pretty a little fire as...

Georgian hob grate

Ref: 3195

A very nice one this. It came from a very grand house down near Jedburgh and now that its been sand blasted I can safely say that I don't think I've ever seen such fine casting in a piece of iron, it ...

Unusual brown ish coloured marble fire surround

Ref: 3120

Rather a nice fire surround from the 1890's which I hand stripped during the lockdown in my garden. Its a most unusual colour, mainly a fairly warm brown but with streaks of crimson running through it...

Green tiled combination

Ref: 3053

Finally finished restoring this lovely fire from the South side of the city. It needed a bit of blacksmith work, and then shot blasting as it was so heavily painted, which means the tiled panels have ...

Large square insert

Ref: 2957

Big old fella this one, and of a very early design, Georgian. Originally the fire stopped at the rounded beading but this makes them really hard to sell as its nigh on impossible to find a surround ex...

Hob type fireplace

Ref: 2931

This may be a genuine Georgian hob fire, or it may be a later Victorian one, either way, its a most unusual and pretty thing, if a trifle heavy. The ribbed side cheeks are also brass but we haven't po...

Large simple oak surround

Ref: 2812

Ideal for a stove I reckon. This came from a large building up north dating to about 1910-22. Solid oak....

Large pine surround

Ref: 2792

Very nice pine surround in really good condition from the 1880's shown with a large arched insert which we haven't had extended as it is already 42 inches sq, with an 18 in opening....

White marble fire surround

Ref: 2753

Well, officially not pure white but white with grey veining. Nice condition fire from the south side of Edinburgh dating to the 1880's.The sizes below are for the outside measurements of the surround ...

Grand tiled insert and surround

Ref: 2750

Rather a lovely tiled insert this, with a large opening size of 18 inches. It came from a very grand house in Edinburgh dating to the 1860's. We actually sold it a while ago, cleaned it all up and sen...

Pine surround and tiled insert

Ref: 2721

Nice pine surround which was one of a number we bought from an old hospital site in Arbroath a few years ago. They were made in 2 parts, so we've had to put a temporary brace joining the top to the

Bedroom combination fireplace

Ref: 2696

One of a couple of small fires we've recently restored which would look great as decorative features as they're so pretty. This one really just needs to be screwed to a wall (unless you did want to u...

Slimmer tiled combination fireplace

Ref: 2694

One of 2 matching fires we recently bought in Edinburgh from a flat dating to the 1880's. 14 1/2 inch opening. This one has now been sold but its matching partner is about to get restore...

Large tiled combination

Ref: 2693

Quite a large combination fire which came from an 1860's church recently with a very attractive dragons head on the canopy. 16 inch opening...

Small gothic insert

Ref: 2680

Rather an unusual little insert this one, in that it has a peaked top to the arch as opposed to a smooth curve, and I think its really rather old, it certainly came from a very old building down near ...

Brass Trim Insert

Ref: 2660

This fire really is a beauty. It came from Edinburgh and has larger than standard tiles in a lovely duck egg blue colour background. A brass trim to reflect the firelight and a very delicate casting w...

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Unit 1 Albion Centre
1394 South Street

Mob: 07766 502910
Tel: (0141) 958 1113

Opening times

10.30-5 Monday to Friday
12-5 Saturday

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