1950s fireplace with rare stepped design

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

An extraordinary stepped fireplace made in 1957.
The main body is made from rippled textured honey glaze 6 x 2 inch tiles.
The canopy steps down graduating in 1 inch strips and the ledges are faïence blocks, wonderfully glazed in a streaky green.
The push-to hearth has a pair of massive hobs which curve inwards and a raised kerb section between them.
There are two feature tiles 6 inch sq of galleons near the top of the fire opening.

Original Price - £1495.

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£ 450

Included & extra items

16 inch fire-back for solid fuel is available, made from fired clay.


Solid Fuel Kit - grate and ashpan for solid fuel use


A "living flame" gas fire is a decorative fuel effect gas fire, designed to be used with a 16 inch ceramic fibre gas fireback.
They are low efficiency, with a heat output of about 2 kW, but they have real flames.


The original hearth that came with this fireplace is included


Overall Width

56.00 inches

Overall Depth

27.00 inches

Opening Height

22.50 inches

Opening Width

16.00 inches

Hearth Depth

18.00 inches
Unusual 1950s Fireplace
Unusual 1950s Fireplace
Unusual 1950s Fireplace
Unusual 1950s Fireplace