1930s tiled fireplace

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

Here we have a large all tiled and finely detailed fireplace from the 1930s
The fireplace has an angled corner hearth and wide steps for the feet of the fire back. The intermediate step is curved and formed from half inch wide fingers.
The fire opening is formed from large moulded blocks and recessed, the recess being framed with narrowly ribbed, embossed tiles that echo the thin sticks of the curved sides.
The whole design is executed in a beige / brown mottled tile with two horizontal bands and the kerb of the hearth in a darker, almost purple / brown mottle.

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£1 100.00

Included & extra items

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


Solid Fuel Kit - grate and ashpan for solid fuel use


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.


The original hearth that came with this fireplace is included



38.00 inches

Body Width

66.00 inches

Overall Width

66.00 inches

Opening Height

22.00 inches

Opening Width

16.00 inches

Top Shelf Width

55.00 inches
1930s Tiled Fireplace
1930s Tiled Fireplace
1930s Tiled Fireplace
1930s Tiled Fireplace