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  • Stock No. FT411
    + VAT £2,950

    Length

    813 mm  |  32  in

    Stock No. FT411
     + VAT £2,950

    A very fine set of English Georgian steel firetools. The large, elegant pan with pierced diamond pattern, the shafts with swells to centre, the heavy urn handles with engraving. Exceptional quality. Late 18th or early 19th century.

  • Stock No. FT405
    + VAT £1,250

    Length

    768 mm  |  30 ¼ in

    Stock No. FT405
     + VAT £1,250

    A set of late 19th century steel firetools, with barley twist design to shafts. Gadrooned finials and nicely pierced shovel.

  • Stock No. FT391
    + VAT £1,100

    Length

    660 mm  |  26  in

    Stock No. FT391
     + VAT £1,100

    A set of attractive late 19th century brass firetools. The tong delicately engraving, reeded tops and sunflower design to shovel.

  • Stock No. FT389
    + VAT £1,250

    Length

    756 mm  |  29 ¾ in

    Stock No. FT389
     + VAT £1,250

    A set of 19th century steel firetools with octagonal lozenged handles, shaped shovel with pierced design.

  • Stock No. FT388
    + VAT £1,950

    Length

    787 mm  |  31  in

    Stock No. FT388
     + VAT £1,950

    A set of unusually large 19th century English steel firetools with decorative pierced shovel.

  • Stock No. FT387
    + VAT £2,200

    Length

    813 mm  |  32  in

    Stock No. FT387
     + VAT £2,200

    A set of unusually large English brass firetools. Half fluted shafts, surmounted by finely serrated design to gadrooned finals. Pierced bell shaped shovel, and attractively shaped tongs. Late 19th century.

  • Stock No. FT379
    + VAT £1,100

    Length

    660 mm  |  26  in

    Stock No. FT379
     + VAT £1,100

    A set of late 19th century (circa 1880) brass English firetools with knolled finials and sun patterned pierced shovel.

  • Stock No. FT354
    + VAT £850

    Length

    673 mm  |  26 ½ in

    Stock No. FT354
     + VAT £850

    A set of late Victorian brass firetools, with barley twist stems and handles. Pierced shovel.

  • Stock No. FT349
    + VAT £1,100

    Length

    686 mm  |  27  in

    Stock No. FT349
     + VAT £1,100

    A set of late 19th century Arts and Crafts brass firetools, the square shafts with barley twist decoration, the finials with open basket weave, the tongs with formed scrolls, plain shovel.

  • Stock No. FT311
    + VAT £1,100

    Length

    730 mm  |  28 ¾ in

    Stock No. FT311
     + VAT £1,100

    A set of mid 19th century steel firetools, with octagonal finals, barley twist shafts, and pierced shovel.

  • Stock No. FT185
    + VAT £1,750

    Length

    800 mm  |  31 ½ in

    Stock No. FT185
     + VAT £1,750

    A 19th century English bronze and steel firetools, with barley twist shafts and Egyptian style handles.

  • Stock No. FT073
    + VAT £1,400

    Length

    730 mm  |  28 ¾ in

    Stock No. FT073
     + VAT £1,400

    A set of 19th century English steel firetools.

  • Stock No. FS266
    Sold

    Height

    845 mm  |  33 ¼ in

    Width

    1099 mm  |  43 ¼ in

    Stock No. FS266
    Sold

    A polished steel firescreen of rectangular form. Shaped handle and feet. New.

  • Stock No. FS261
    + VAT £1,950

    Height

    921 mm  |  36 ¼ in

    Width

    949 mm  |  37 ⅜ in

    Stock No. FS261
     + VAT £1,950

    A large and impressive Neo-Gothic firescreen. The arched feet surmounted by barley twist shafts and shaped finials. The central frame with scrollwork, clovers and a pair of working doors with rosette adornments throughout. An impressive piece. English, 19th century.

  • Stock No. FS255
    + VAT £1,200

    Height

    699 mm  |  27 ½ in

    Width

    756 mm  |  29 ¾ in

    Stock No. FS255
     + VAT £1,200

    A decorative wrought iron firescreen with scroll work and foliage throughout and fine mesh behind. English, late 19th / early 20th century. (Could be polished for a small additional cost if required.)

  • Stock No. FS236
    + VAT £850

    Height

    743 mm  |  29 ¼ in

    Width

    495 mm  |  19 ½ in

    Stock No. FS236
     + VAT £850

    An attractive English wrought iron firescreen. The frame and legs with scrolling throughout. 20th century. (Mesh could be applied for a small additional cost.)

  • Stock No. FS233
    + VAT £1,250

    Height

    832 mm  |  32 ¾ in

    Width

    832 mm  |  32 ¾ in

    Stock No. FS233
     + VAT £1,250

    A pretty and very delicately scrolled wrought iron firescreen with scrolled feet. Early 20th century. Very fine quality.

  • Stock No. FS229
    + VAT £750

    Height

    610 mm  |  24  in

    Width

    1092 mm  |  43  in

    Stock No. FS229
     + VAT £750

    An iron three-fold firescreen with scrolled handle and decoration to front. Minimum width 24.5″. The two returns are each 10″ wide. 20th century.

  • Stock No. FS215
    + VAT £1,100

    Height

    832 mm  |  32 ¾ in

    Width

    883 mm  |  34 ¾ in

    Stock No. FS215
     + VAT £1,100

    A heavy yet elegant cast iron firescreen with circular and oval ring pattern to front and fine mesh behind. Early 20th century.

  • Stock No. FS212
    + VAT £800

    Height

    699 mm  |  27 ½ in

    Width

    889 mm  |  35  in

    Stock No. FS212
     + VAT £800

    A large English wrought iron firescreen with scolled motif throughout. Blacked mesh behind. 20th century.

    (Height to top of handle 30.75″)

  • Stock No. FS198
    + VAT £330

    Height

    508 mm  |  20  in

    Width

    483 mm  |  19  in

    Stock No. FS198
     + VAT £330

    Small wrought iron firescreen with scrollwork design. Could be polished if required.

  • Stock No. FS188
    + VAT £2,950

    Height

    914 mm  |  36  in

    Width

    730 mm  |  28 ¾ in

    Stock No. FS188
     + VAT £2,950

    A French Louis XV style brass firescreen with scrolls and leaf form. The mesh embellished with cherub and leaf decoration. Fine quality. 19th century. (Photo taken before restoration)

  • Stock No. FS174
    + VAT £2,950

    Height

    889 mm  |  35  in

    Width

    629 mm  |  24 ¾ in

    Stock No. FS174
     + VAT £2,950

    A good quality brass firescreen with cast scroll and leafwork, heraldic mask to base, helmets and mythical female figure to top. Military figure detail to mesh. Early 20th century.

  • Stock No. FG1355
    + VAT £1,500

    Width at Front

    810 mm  |  31 ⅞ in

    Width at Back

    781 mm  |  30 ¾ in

    Height

    508 mm  |  20  in

    Depth

    292 mm  |  11 ½ in

    Stock No. FG1355
     + VAT £1,500

    A simple rectangular fire basket. The plain front bars with Gothic styled finials above. Nice quality patina to metal. English.

  • Stock No. FG1354
    Sold

    Width at Front

    660 mm  |  26  in

    Width at Back

    521 mm  |  20 ½ in

    Height

    686 mm  |  27  in

    Depth

    292 mm  |  11 ½ in

    Stock No. FG1354
    Sold

    An English brass and steel firegrate. The turned brass uprights with shaped feet below, the brass fret with shell to centre. Shaped back behind.

  • Stock No. FG1352
    On Reserve

    Width at Front

    686 mm  |  27  in

    Width at Back

    359 mm  |  14 ⅛ in

    Height

    578 mm  |  22 ¾ in

    Depth

    356 mm  |  14  in

    Stock No. FG1352
    On Reserve

    A George III style polished steel firegrate. The tapering legs surmounted by urn finials, the fret with swags and paterae throughout, with sausage-and-pea beading above and below. Plain cast iron fireback behind.  English, circa 1900.

  • Stock No. FG1350
    + VAT £2,500

    Width at Front

    721 mm  |  28 ⅜ in

    Width at Back

    518 mm  |  20 ⅜ in

    Height

    584 mm  |  23  in

    Depth

    368 mm  |  14 ½ in

    Stock No. FG1350
     + VAT £2,500

    A polished steel fire basket in the Georgian manner. The tapering legs surmounted by urn finials, the burning area with shaped front bars and pierced, fluted fret below. Shaped cast iron fireback. English, circa 1900.

  • Stock No. FG1347
    + VAT £2,950

    Width at Front

    908 mm  |  35 ¾ in

    Width at Back

    610 mm  |  24  in

    Height

    775 mm  |  30 ½ in

    Depth

    425 mm  |  16 ¾ in

    Stock No. FG1347
     + VAT £2,950

    A decorative brass and steel firegrate in the Georgian manner. The tapering, fluted legs surmounted by Ionic capitals and urn finials. The pierced fret with scrollwork, foliage and beasts throughout with dual front bars to shape burning areas. Decorative cast iron fireback behind. English, circa 1900.

  • Stock No. FG1344
    + VAT £3,250

    Width at Front

    660 mm  |  26  in

    Width at Back

    457 mm  |  18  in

    Height

    705 mm  |  27 ¾ in

    Depth

    356 mm  |  14  in

    Stock No. FG1344
     + VAT £3,250

    A late 19th century cast iron firegrate in the Georgian manner. The serpentine fret with cast brass paterae, flanked tapering legs surmounted by urn finials. The burning area with shaped front bars and cast iron back behind. English, circa 1900.

  • Stock No. FG1341
    + VAT £4,950

    Width at Front

    743 mm  |  29 ¼ in

    Width at Back

    470 mm  |  18 ½ in

    Height

    762 mm  |  30  in

    Depth

    343 mm  |  13 ½ in

    Stock No. FG1341
     + VAT £4,950

    A mid 19th century Georgian style brass and steel firegrate. The deep engraved fret with storks, scrolls and urn to centre. Engraved side wings, finials and feet, shaped front bars and cast iron back with urn.

  • Stock No. FG1340
    + VAT £2,800

    Width at Front

    591 mm  |  23 ¼ in

    Width at Back

    584 mm  |  23  in

    Height

    356 mm  |  14  in

    Depth

    254 mm  |  10  in

    Stock No. FG1340
     + VAT £2,800

    A simple yet elegant English firegrate in the 18th century style. The tapering legs surmounted by ball finials. Square front bars and plain back behind. English, circa 1900.

  • Stock No. FG1339
    Sold

    Width at Front

    718 mm  |  28 ¼ in

    Width at Back

    425 mm  |  16 ¾ in

    Height

    540 mm  |  21 ¼ in

    Depth

    432 mm  |  17  in

    Stock No. FG1339
    Sold

    A George II style brass and steel fire grate. The tapering legs with engraved flowers surmounted by urn finial. The pierced fret with rosette paterae and beading. The bowed burning area flanked by engraved side wings surmounted by urn finials. Plain back behind. English, 19th century.

  • Stock No. FG1338
    + VAT £2,250

    Width at Front

    521 mm  |  20 ½ in

    Width at Back

    533 mm  |  21  in

    Height

    432 mm  |  17  in

    Depth

    254 mm  |  10  in

    Stock No. FG1338
     + VAT £2,250

    A small cast iron antique firegrate with round paterae to front and heavy geometric front bars. Shaped cast iron back behind with matching paterae. English.

  • Stock No. FG1337
    + VAT £4,750

    Width at Front

    610 mm  |  24  in

    Width at Back

    406 mm  |  16  in

    Height

    648 mm  |  25 ½ in

    Depth

    305 mm  |  12  in

    Stock No. FG1337
     + VAT £4,750

    An Adam style antique brass firegrate with tapering, engraved legs with decorative finials above. The pierced fret surmounted by plain cast iron front bars with finials above. Plain cast iron back behind. 19th century.

  • Stock No. FG1336
    + VAT £6,500

    Width at Front

    737 mm  |  29  in

    Width at Back

    464 mm  |  18 ¼ in

    Height

    511 mm  |  20 ⅛ in

    Depth

    368 mm  |  14 ½ in

    Stock No. FG1336
     + VAT £6,500

    An 18th century style cast iron & steel fire grate of serpentine shape. The turned uprights with steel finials above with shaped burning area. Cast iron moulded side-cheek returns to heavy cast iron back. An unusual basket. English. 19th century.

  • Stock No. FG1335
    Sold

    Width at Front

    489 mm  |  19 ¼ in

    Width at Back

    521 mm  |  20 ½ in

    Height

    483 mm  |  19  in

    Depth

    279 mm  |  11  in

    Stock No. FG1335
    Sold

    A Regency style brass and steel firegrate. The tapering feet surmounted by floral paterae, the fret with oval motif with beading above. The burning area with decorative finials above. English, 19th century.

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