Craddock Art Deco tiled fireplace insert
This striking stylised sunburst design is typical of much of the Art Deco influenced domestic design from the 1920s and 1930s.
Designs like these are prominent in the detailing of suburban semi-detached housing from the inter-war period.
Fireplaces such as these, with a separate mantel were to be found in the most inter-war homes. Typically a fireplace with a separate mantel (usually oak or mahogany) was found in the front parlour and an all-tiled fireplace located in the more "everyday" room in the house.
This period 1902s fireplace design has proved equally popular both as a fireplace insert and an all-tiled fireplace.
As usual the Craddock can be made in any of our colour combinations. As each fireplace insert is made to order, it is simple for us to make it to fit your own original mantel if you have one.