A George III Polished Steel Fire Grate

A magnificent George III polished steel fire grate. The serpentine basket front is flanked by double columns under bulbous vase finials. The fluted and c-scroll fret with beaded moulding is set between tapered column legs with fluted fillets. Rear elements consist of a rivet-work grill, bevelled-edge fire back and wrought-iron legs. Restored. Grates of this type and age are listed in The Stove-Grate Makers Assistant by W. Glossop, published in 1771.
Height of burning area: 14″

Circa 1770

Stock Number EC2230 Category
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Width (ins)

32 1/2"

Height (ins)

34 1/2"

Depth (ins)



18th Century

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