Packaging Detail:fireplace mantel:Standard Exporting Seaworthy Package fireplace mantel:( Inner: plastic film and foam; Outer: Solid Wood crates or pallets.)
Fire Grates & Accessories:
All of our fire grates and fireplace accessories are foundary made, incorporating hand crafted technique such as forging and engraving based on the finest antique originals. None of our fire grates are pastiche and all are created for burning of solid and biorthanol fuels and can be converted to gas.
The collection includes register grates, baskets and andirons, also known as dogs, in brass and steel, specifically made to compliment our fireplaces, All of our metal work can be professionally aged and distressed to any preference.
Product photos for your reference:
1. The Front View
2. Details view:
In conjunction with your chosen mantelpiece you can choose from three different combinations for the chamber. A register grate creates a more polished look which must be fitted to exact chamber measurements at the same time as the mantel is fitted. A basket is free standing and is more versatile. The fire dogs and swans nest on which the fuel rests is the simplest design of burning area and is ideal for smaller chambers. There is a myraid of different combinations and the Jamb sales team have years of experience and excellent technical knowledge and are happy to ensure that you have the best asthetic and functional result.
Width at Front 965 mm | 38 in
Width at Back 794 mm | 31 ¼ in
Height 965 mm | 38 in
Depth 260 mm | 10 ¼ in
The front panel: steel or brass
The backs and inside: pig cast plate or hot resist iron.
Burning material: Wood or other accelerant
Finish: Lars or Antique or Spraying
1. The backs and insides of iron plate we can change in THREE years except man-made destroy.
2. We accept any the bespoke style of grate from your drawings. The bespoke's MOQ is one set.
3. Provide more whole fireplace design for your reference.
1. The moulded and polished steel surround decorated with three flower head roundels raised on squared bases,
the tapered grate with squared cross bars flanked by flat pilasters headed by classical urns above three bosses and a pierced and moulded apron.
2. This burnished steel register grate reflects the prevailing styles of the early 19th Century.
The simple moulded detail is highlighted with circular bosses or paterae.
3. An imposing Neoclassical style, brass and steel fire grate with arched back plate and bowed steel fire bars.
The brass front with pierced and fretted apron upheld by tapering legs, finely engraved with trailing, inverted flowers.
Capped with campana-shaped finials matching those on the basket.