As the Georgian era developed, increasing numbers of the more wealthy landowners started to build or lease ‘town houses’ in London. The fireplace in these homes still retained its place as the focus of the room but was, of necessity, generally smaller than the grand, open chimneys incorporated into the ‘ancestral seat’. Initially, the brick opening of the town house fireplace would contain an elaborate fire basket. Progressively, however, the addition of a cast front which could decrease, hide or improve the look of the opening became a typical feature.
Taking inspiration from period originals, Stovax has produced four masterpieces of casting to exemplify the London style.
|Cast Iron construction||yes|
|Available Finishes||Matt Black, Polished|
|Overall Width||Overall Height||Opening (W x H)||Depth|