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While most of the pictures below show our fires fully restored, these are only the tip of the iceberg - we have loads awaiting restoration and can dig these out if you are looking for something specific. We have numbers of people who can install them and arrange to get ashpan covers made to fit any fire.

All these fires can be converted to gas, though with some it is a lot easier (a 16" or 18" opening with no fire back is easiest).

Tiles can often be swapped about and we can, if necessary, weld additional metal plates to the faces of the inserts to make them larger.

If a fire here is labelled as 'sold' do still get in touch as we may have other similar ones waiting to be restored.

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Some tiles...

Large grand amber fire surround

Ref: 2481


The sort of fire you'd expect to see in a grand west end property-shown just after it arrived, not cleaned up in any way, or even measured. We just had to quickly get it inside before the rain started...

Some tiles...

Large grand surround

Ref: 2474


No sizes yet, but just a quick pic of a rather grand fire we bought last week....

Some tiles...

Dark wood surround

Ref: 2467


I think this is cedar as its a very dark wood that looks pinky when sanded, goes black when dipped is is very light when being carried. From an 1880's cottage just north of Glasgow and in a slightly a...

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Green tiled insert

Ref: 2466


Good simple tiled insert with its original back with its original green tiles, as opposed to those rather flat repro ones you see. 16 inch opening....

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Large tiled insert

Ref: 2465


From a now demolished hotel in Prestwick, large Victorian tiled insert with an image of a young Victoria herself on the canopy. Its shown without tiles as the tiles holders are designed to take 8 inch...

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Pine surround

Ref: 2463


We may already have a pic of these fires on the website, so apologies if its all a repetition, but we had 3 of these rather elegant fires (2 complete with overmantel mirrors). Very nice with their lit...

Some tiles...

Mahogany fire surround

Ref: 2462


I think this dates to about 1910 and it came from a house down towards Irvine where it was in the kitchen where a range had been, hence its rather large size. Just a good simple hardwood surrou...

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Tiny stove

Ref: 2461


This has to be the smallest stove we've ever had, being only 17 inches tall. Pretty little thing though and probably quite old-maybe Victorian but I'm not quite sure, anyway, its in good shape probabl...

Some tiles...

Dark grey fleck marble surround

Ref: 2460


Lovely marble fire from the south side of Glasgow-Govanhill if I remember correctly. Nice edge to the shelf and in really great shape apart from the fact that where there should be 3 small roundels at...

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Simple marble fire surround

Ref: 2459


This fire is quite a bit cheaper than the norm due to the fact that its had a gas mantle fitted to the centre of the shelf, so there's a hole (but its pretty much where you would put your clock or wha...

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Unusual two tone surround

Ref: 2458


Rather unusual surround carefully made out of two contrasting types of timber, shown before we've sanded it down and waxed it which, to be honest, we're reluctant to do as its a bit of a 'marmite' fir...

Some tiles...

Large pine surround

Ref: 2457


Had a bit of a hard life this one. It came from a farm just north of Dundee and dates to about 1800, so its quite early, and a lovely design, but its had a fair bit of 'character' given to it in the w...

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Unusual tiled insert

Ref: 2427


We bought about 8 of these some time ago from a large Victorian school in Greenock that was being pulled down, All with large stone surrounds and all, alas with quite a lot of damage to the tiles. Exc...

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Painted oak surround

Ref: 2426


Nice oak surround waiting to be stripped from a flat in Marchmont, Edinburgh dating to about 1890....

Some tiles...

Tall thin combination fire

Ref: 2364


Rather a nice fire with little copper buttons on the canopy and a central roundel on the facia. 16 inch opening....

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Very large black male fire surround

Ref: 2334


Really grand black marble surround from an 1870's property in Dundee. Its never been painted so still has its original sheen, and it has a lovely edge to the shelf, which is a hefty old weight in itse...

Some tiles...

Early hob grate prior to removal

Ref: 2332


Nice Georgian hob with its top decorative panel which we removed, along with a similar one, from a house up Perthshire way. We've not restored it yet, or dipped the pine surround, but it should be a c...

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Very grand large fire surround

Ref: 2331


From the centre of Glasgow, this magnificent surround. It was from a large merchants house and is mahogany, so would need to be hand stripped, though I think its possibly nicer white? Lots of f...

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Tiled insert

Ref: 2325


From Trinity in Edinburgh, rather a nice tiled insert still with its original tiles and so on. 16 inch opening....

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Tiny but lovely insert

Ref: 2323


From a Georgian house where we were able to see the smashed remains of most of the fireplaces in the scrap pile (except the marble one which was smashed in the skip) Fume fume fume. One small s...

Some tiles...

Auchterarder combination fire

Ref: 2321


We bought 2 of these from a farm up by Gleneagles a few weeks ago. This one is now sold but we have its matching one, albeit without its back waiting to be cleaned up. Sizes to follow. T...

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Grand red marble fire

Ref: 2314


We bought this from a farm in Perthshire where I think it had only been installed for 10 years or so, which often makes them murder to remove as the cements are much stronger. Its an old fireplace, Vi...

Some tiles...

Black marble fire surround

Ref: 2307


Nice black marble surround from the south side of Edinburgh dating to the late 1870's. Slightly more unusual in having the inner trim. worryingly, no tools were required to remove it as it pretty much...

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Simple pine surround with arched insert

Ref: 2280


Lovely arched insert with an 19 inch opening (unusually big) that we've had extended to be 42 inches sq, really nice crisp pattern on it. The surround came from an 1860's house over in Dunoon which w...

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Carnoustie fire surround

Ref: 2279


One of several fire surrounds we bought from a demolition in Carnoustie a while back, all ever so slightly different, and all surprisingly hard to remove. The one shown was the unlucky first one to be...

Contact Details

Unit 1 Albion Centre
1394 South Street
Glasgow
G14 OAP

Mob: 07766 502910
Tel: (0141) 958 1113

Opening times

10.30-5 Monday to Friday
12-5 Saturday

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