Firebaskets are typically made of steel or cast iron and came into fashion as coal began to replace wood to heat homes in towns and cities. Firebasket designs reflect the era in which they were conceived in the same way as other furniture that we have in our homes.
These days firebaskets are usually part of the overall picture that a mantelpiece and hearth will create to bring a feeling of warmth when the fire is lit. They may still be used for burning smokeless coal, but can readily be adapted to bio fuel, electricity or gas.
Product detailsAll Studio stoves are designed for wood burning only and high levels of engineering have been used to bring about the performance and controllability of this range.
The gas models have a remote control option. May be adapted for bio fuel or an electric fire
The gas models have a remote control option. May be available for conversion to electric or a bio fuel fire.
The gas models have a remote control option. There is an option for bio fuel or electric
Available for solid fuel or gas, we supply a gas insert with coals to give a real fire effect.