At the end of the Victorian era fireplace inserts become more square with more prominent hoods and tiles on tile sliders. The fireplace in the Edwardian era are similar to those of the late Victorian period but even more geometric. Plain tiles in the tile sliders became popular, matching the hearth tiles.
The decoration consists of squashed tulip bulbs and circles with crosses on the frame and swirling Art Nouveau forms on the rectangular hood.
£255 polished highlights
The design of the Sovereign fireplace owes much to the Arts and Crafts movement with its skillfully executed subtle decoration and Voysey inspired flared hood.
£300 full polished
The Tulip fireplace has the same Art Nouveau motif on the frame as the Northmoor but has a prominent central Tulip bulb on the domed hood.
£275 polished highlights
An Edwardian fireplace similar to the Sovereign Insert but with a narrower 14 inch fire opening.
A fireplace insert with extended Art Nouveau motifs decorating the frame. The trapezoidal hood has a scrolled Tulip motif.
£300 polished highlights