Vintage 1950s tiled fireplace

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

An All-tiled post - war fireplace from the Greater Manchester area, this good example of a

vintage fireplace has a castellated top with a wide central shelf.

The fireplace is largely unadorned except for a leaf embossed detail to the shelf edge.

The grey/brown mottled tiles that frame the fireplace give way to lighter beige mottled tiles,

then a slow arch in Grey and grey opening blocks around the fire opening itself.

The hearth is of the clean-easy sloping front type that was popular in the post war years.

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Included & extra items

includes an 'Easy Clean' hearth and a fret.
Current gas regulations stipulate that a 2 inch (50mm) raised hearth is required.

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


Solid Fuel Kit - grate and ashpan for solid fuel use


A 16 inch fire-back for gas use is available for this fireplace. It is made from ceramic fibre and will increase the efficiency of our decorative gas fires.
It is NOT suitable for use with solid fuel.


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.


An inset coal-effect electric fire is available with this fireplace.
They feature a 2kW electric fan or light effect only.




35.50 inches

Overall Width

48.50 inches

Opening Height

22.00 inches

Opening Width

16.00 inches

Hearth Width

42.00 inches

Hearth Depth

19.50 inches
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