Antique Fenders, Fire Irons, Fire Surrounds
George III Period Antique Mahogany Pole Screen Fire Screen
Antique firescreen with oval portrait of a young lady, the slender pole standing on inverted tripod base terminating in square spade foot typical of the late 18th century.
English circa 1790 £85 as is
155cm / 61" high max
41cm / 16" wide at base
41cm / 16" deep at base
Unusual And Important Early 20th Century Stainless Steel Antique Fire Fender
This is a very unusual fire fender being as it is an important early example of stainless steel manufacture. This is a pleasing design which is a good weight despite having intricate pierced latticework decoration. Difficult to date, but probably from the first quarter of the 20th century, this is an interesting, useful and durable addition to any home.
English, probably Sheffield, circa 1925 £480
Impressed mark "I.C.STAINLESS∙STEEL"
147.5cm / 58" wide internal
150.5cm / 59¼" wide max
28.5cm / 11¼" deep internal
31cm / 12¼" deep max
11.5cm / 4½h
Antique Oak Architrave Uprights
This is a charming pair of antique uprights for a fire surround or door architrave. They are wonderfully dry and untouched but might look even better with wax or linseed oil to seal them. These could be united with a nice oak, elm or slate section for mantel piece or made up to be a wonderful door surround. Or just mount on the wall where a door used to be. A great accessory for any property.
English 16th century £280
178cm / 70" high
15cm / 6" deep
18cm / 7" wide
Antique Wine Cooler / Log Basket / Coal Scuttle / Posh Litter Bin
William IV period antique mahogany receptacle of six sided polyhedron form. This object is hollow at the top for storage purposes, there us a decorative moulding to each of the four sides and the whole stands on a thin moulded plinth above four turned feet. The timber is well figured good quality mahogany with plenty of grain fill from the Edwardian period.
English circa 1835 £380
31cm / 12" wide
31cm / 12" deep
31cm / 12" high
Solid brass fire fender
Good heavy solid brass fire fender which has tarnished to a good mellow colour in its short but illustrious life in a Stondon manor house.
English circa 1990 £140
50" wide overall
16 1/2" deep overall
5" high overall
3 1/2" deep in section