Edwardian fireplaces continued with Art Nouveau motifs in the cast iron register grates and the tiles. There were also strong, simple designs with Classical motifs. With the Tudorbethan style came open fires and large expanses of tiling.
Wyndham Art Deco tiled fireplace insert | Twentieth Century Fireplaces
The motif in this fireplace was influenced by the art of the New World. The main motif here has definite Aztec influences as did many of the "Art Moderne" patterns that found their way into domestic designs in the 1920s and 1930s. The decorative detail is a faithful copy taken from a domestic fireplace design dated around 1928. We generally make 2 slightly different versions
The Sackville Edwardian mantel | Twentieth Century Fireplaces
This tall Edwardian style fireplace mantel features full length turned columns and a large top shelf with a bowed pediment. It has a central shelf with elegant brackets, and well proportioned foot blocks at the base of the pillars. The oval mirror in this mantel is bevelled, and the whole piece is locally manufactured in Lancashire. It was only in Edwardian times that mantels
The Granville tiled fireplace insert | Twentieth Century Fireplaces
The Granville is an Arts and Crafts influenced fireplace insert made with hand dipped 6 x 2 inch tiles throughout. This fireplace would typically have been found in larger mid twentieth century homes, especially "Tudor-bethan" styled ones. The fireplace can be made any reasonable size and be made in any of our full range of glaze colours. It is also available in non