A substantial mid 19th century Fire Fender. The brass moulded base, with bun feet, and top rail, are united with iron rods and fine iron mesh. The mesh is double spaced, making an excellent spark guard. The quality of construction can be seen in the iron floor of the fender, which is in superb condition, and fitted with raised sections that are rests for fire irons. There are 2 small areas of mesh breakage, shown in 2 photographs. This fender is higher than most, making it particularly effective as a fire guard. Circa 1840
The fire light catching the warmth of copper and brown leather makes this a very attractive Club Fender. Classic square columns are softened by curlicues and a simple sweeping middle section. The upholstered seat is the original, horse-hair and leather. Circa 1900
A large bespoke vintage club fender. The substantial brass frame has square tubular rails and is firm and strong. The buttoned leather upholstered seat is in immaculate condition. Made approximately 40 years ago.
A small early 19th century wire-work nursery guard/fire fender. It is D-shaped, with scrolled decoration and a brass rim trim. The fine wire-work and medium height makes it a very use full fire guard. it is in excellent condition. Circa 1820
Scaled to fit a larger fireplace, this substantial Edwardian Iron Fire Grate with Fire Dogs is in the Medieval style. The pair of fire dogs are made of wrought iron, standing on scrolled feet. The grate is a fixed size but the width of the fire dogs is adjustable. The condition is sound, with an original surface. The floor of the grate is made up of 6 metal straps, and use over time has burnt through the 2 middle straps.