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Hob Grates

Hob Grates

A hob grate is a type of small cast iron fireplace that first came into fashion in the Georgian period.

This particular style of fire was integral to the lifestyles of most people living in this era.

The fireplace is named a hob grate as the fire has flat castings or "hobs" on either side of the fire, these would have been used to warm water and to cook with.

Fireplaces of this type were traditionally built directly into the brickwork of a chimney and then a timber surround would frame the chimney opening.

Our hob grates are capable of burning solid fuels or gas (unless specified) and we can supply a choice of fully certified gas fires with any suitable fireplace.

The fire surrounds shown are not included.

Specifications
Please note that all measurements are approximate and may vary slightly. Please allow a tolerance of plus/minus 10mm. Colours are as accurate as possible. However, if precise colouring is important, please call before ordering.

The Queensferry Hob Grate (Black Finish)

Ref: CA-HEF203
The Queensferry is a traditional cast iron hob grate. Its uniquely raised basket with triple bar cover is supported by decorative panels that are mirrored along the insert's frame. A floral pendant is positioned in each top corner, combining with a matching horizontal plaque to complete the design.

A Class 1 or 2 flue can be used with this fireplace.
Gas Fire Heat Input is 6.3kW.

(The fire surround shown is not included)

Circa: 1830 -1840
Era Style: Georgian
Finish: Black Finish
Fuel Options: Solid Fuel or Gas
Gas Fire Heat Input: 6Kw
Flue type Class: Class 1 & 2
Dimensions: 102w x 102h x 20d (cm)

Our Price: 480.00 (Including VAT at 20%)

Add Natural Gas Fire 270.00
Add LGP fire 286.00
Add 1-Piece Absolute Black Granite Hearth 170.00


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Gas Fires Gas Fires
All of our gas fires offered on this site are manufactured in the UK and comply to all CE requirements and British standard BSEN509:2000.

They come complete with flame failure device and oxygen depletion system.
All gas fires must be fitted by a corgi registered installer.