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Evans Basket

 

THIS SIMPLE BUT ELEGANT COAL grate is an authentic late Nineteenth Century reproduction found in a Georgia Victorian Cottage and was manufactured exclusively for Grate Fires. The Evans Basket is made of cast iron with satin black finish. This grate is also utilized with our ventfree, The Ashbery.

The Regency Basket

 

CURRENTLY SOLD OUT! The Regency Basket combines a slight curve in the center of the fire front, flanked by pillars with solid stepped feet and brass finials adorning each tower. The fireback features a Victorian sunburst design. There are two basket sizes, 19" w & 16" w available. The Regency can also be used as a "front only" in cases where the fireplace depth is too shallow to allow for the basket. These fronts include the front piece with coverplate and can be used with either our vented or ventfree burners.

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The 21" Cadiz Basket

 

The Cadiz 21 inch has soft curves featured on the ribbed sides of this basket with contrasting brass legs. The ornate fireback has a very Victorian design and is 18.5 inches high. This grate is available in both vented and ventfree.

The Victorian Basket

 

The Victorian Basket suggests an American Victorian look using an embossed sunburst design on the 16.75" high fireback. The elegant front cover plate has ribbed sides and is finished with a brass knob. Also available in ventfree.

The Fleur-de-lys Basket

 

This Ribbed basket design is a replica of a grate found in New Orleans, Louisiana. The 17.75" high fireback is highlighted by an elegant raised Fleur-de-Lys design. Also available in ventfree.

The Wild Rose Stove

The Wild Rose Stove is designed after an original antique coal burning stove found in rural Georgia.  This cast iron stove can be used to burn actual coal or small pieces of wood.  

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Ventfree Zero Clearance Firebox

 

Our Zero Clearance Fireboxes are available in both vented and ventfree. Our fireboxes allow you to install a fireplace in virtually any room in your home. Contact your local licensed contractor and they will help you decide which unit is right for your application.