Glazed Tiled Fireplace Fenders

We make Fireplaces from 1920s Art Deco fireplaces and classic Edwardian fireplace and mantel designs.

Edwardian style tiled fenders were common throughout the first half of the 20th century.

Most hearths at this period were tiled and laid flush with the largely wooden floors.

The fenders functioned on a practical level to keep any stray ash or coals from singeing the floor or rugs. While they hide the join between the floorboards and the tiles where dirt often collected, they also look very attractive.

These fenders are a "slabbed" product. They are made by forming the hollow shape from tiles and then pouring in lightweight concrete around reinforcing rods.

The 6 inch x 3 inch double round edge tiles (Edwardian) and the 4 inch square double round edged tiles (c20) needed to make these fenders are produced exclusively in our factory in Stockport.

Since the tiles are hand glazed to order, a fender will take a few weeks to produce.

We can make fenders to any reasonable sizes, please call us on 0161 429 9042 for a quote.

Edwardian Fender
Edwardian Fender detail
Edwardian Fender
c20 Fender detail