Named after the most glamorous screen idol of the 1940s this fireplace would have looked perfectly at home in British homes built during the 1940s and early 1950s.
The arched fireplace opening, formed in curved tiles was popular throughout the inter-war years in fireplace insert design, and after the second world war this feature was incorporated into complete tiled fireplaces.
The sloping forward top section of the fireplace was also a distinctive post war feature.
And the hearth with its sloping sides rather than a vertical kerb was aimed to provide ease of cleaning.
This particular fireplace has been made in Ivory and Stockwell grey tiles, with a darker grey line just under the top shelf and with a Midnight Blue opening and pad but it can be made in a colour combination of your choice.