Victorian Fireplaces

Reproduction complete fireplaces

Combination fireplaces combine a cast iron fire surround, insert, fireback, flue plate, grate and front bars all in one complete package. First introduced in Victorian times, combination fireplaces provide a cheaper total option to having a separate fireplace insert and mantel and are easier to fit.
A complete cast iron fireplace in the Art Nouveau style
A Victorian design with a stylishly simplistic finish.
An Art Nouveau Style Combination fireplace
A complete Art Nouveau style cast iron fireplace
A reproduction of a Complete Cast Iron Fireplace with classic Art Nouveau sinuous detail to the legs frieze and hood.
A complete cast iron fireplace in the Gothic Revival style
A cast iron fireplace with William Morris style detailing in the canopy and frieze
A complete cast iron fireplace
A complete cast iron fireplace in the Art Nouveau Style
A reproduction Complete Cast Iron Fireplace in the Late Victorian Style c 1890
A complete cast iron fireplace with a decorated gothic arched canopy
A complete cast iron fireplace in Late Victorian style with an ornate bulbous hood
A complete cast iron fireplace with a narrow arch and ornate spandrils at each corner
A complete cast iron fireplace in the Art Nouveau style
A bedroom fireplace with curved bars and an arched opening
Late Victorian style combination fireplace
An Art Nouveau Style fireplace with an extraordinary hood with four tulips bordered by large leaves.
An Art Nouveau style complete cast iron fireplace with a simple canopy
A High Victorian Style complete cast iron fireplace
A complete cast iron fireplace with a prominent canopy with typical Art Nouveau detail
An Art Nouveau Style Complete Cast Iron Fireplace
a Complete Cast Iron Fireplace in the High Victorian Style
A Complete Cast Iron Fireplace in the High Victorian Style