1950s fireplace

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

Here is a magnificent example of an all-tiled 1950s fireplace.
This imposing 1950s fireplace can be dated to 31 August 1957.
It is made in straw/old gold/bronze brown tiles which were very typical colours of the age.
The ribbed blocks of the legs and header are glazed faïence castings.
The kerbed hearth extends 15 inches forward from the block feet of the fire surround, its form echoing the curves if the legs and fireplace opening tiles.

Sold 27/2/19 Griffiths

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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



37.50 inches

Body Width

55.00 inches

Overall Width

55.00 inches

Overall Depth

21.50 inches

Opening Height

22.00 inches

Opening Width

16.00 inches

Hearth Depth

15.00 inches
1950s tiled Fireplace
1950s tiled Fireplace
1950s tiled Fireplace
1950s tiled Fireplace