The Charlotte, originally dating from the 1830’s, this style of mantel was revived by the Edwardians. The frieze spans both the aperture and the jambs, showing the carrara marble to great advantage. Inside a polished tiled insert features William Morris tiles.
The Charlotte in semi regio limestone with the Traditional Rowandale stove
This grey Dolomite stone is used as an alternative to the traditional Carrara marble and here is
seen installed into a clients home with the contemporary Vogue stove.
The Oliver with the polished Tobias cast iron insert
The Oliver with the wood burning Vogue stove
The ME is offered in two versions, steel or glass curved side panels. Both feature Nordpeis’ advanced combustion technology, which provides a highly efficient 5.8kW output with the option of an external air supply to minimise internal draughts.
Width 923mm (36 ⅓’)
Height inc hearth 912mm (36”)
Shelf 990mm 130mm (39” x 5 ⅛”)
Internal inc slips 555mm x 475mm (21 ¾” x 18 ¾”)
Hearth 1010mm x 300mm (39 ¾” x 11 ¾”)
The interior is a crema limestone panel to keep the image of modernity and complemented with an open fronted hotbox fire to increase efficiency.
The Hampton put together with a wood burning stove is a happy combination
of contemporary and efficiency.
Shelf 1295mm x 203mm 51” x 8”
Overall height 978mm 38 ½”
Width across base 1145mm 45”
Internal opening 420mm x 575mm 16 ½” x 22 ½” high
Rebate 40mm ¾”