Wood Burning Fireplaces
Named after the Queen’s consort to William IV, the Stovax Adelaide fireplace is based on a model that originates from 1837. It is available in traditional matt black or polished finishes and features a particularly large grate which makes it ideal for burning logs.
If you do not wish to burn logs or coal, you can choose to have a gas fire complete with remote control.
Ingeniously adapted to bring you the greater efficiency of convector heating, this fireplace otherwise remains a splendid reflection of the Belle Époque and the creative influence of artisans such as Galle, Tiffany and Lalique.
Choose from solid fuel or gas fire versions and traditional matt black, highlight polished or fully polished finishes, as well as options such as a host of matching tiles.
As a reaction to the overtly ornate style of the Baroque period, and influenced by Roman architecture seen during the ‘Grand Tour’, aristocratic Georgians developed a taste for what became known as NeoClassical designs where elegance and symmetry became emblematic.
The Kensington and Knightsbridge Inserts characterise this era perfectly. The only difference is that today you can choose to have a gas fire with upgradeable remote control if you do not wish to burn logs or coal.
With its restrained elegance reminiscent of the late Edwardian era, the Stovax Alexandra Insert is a beautiful yet subtle cast iron fireplace. Finished in your choice of Matt Black, Highlight Polished or Fully Polished, the design incorporates authentic hand-cast detailing and a graceful curving arch.
Stovax have designed the Alexandra’s ashpan cover to reflect the embellishment incorporated into the fireplace