340 cast iron fireplace insert fully restored. Manufactured no later than 1878. I salvaged this from Hatcham Manor Estate last month and has since been restored to it's former glory. It is an original feature - the specific property this came from was completed in 1882. This is the Carron no.340 as you can see from the serial number. It is an extremely rare Carron model - if you give it a google you will see that incomplete and derelict no. Carron developed and manufactured short barrel cannons - lending them their name, Carronade. By the mid-19th century the company had diversified and their line of cast iron fireplaces were the most highly sought after in Europe. It is extremely uncommon to find antique victorian fireplaces in this condition - the registration number proves that it is verifiably original.
36" across x 38" tall. I can package up ready for courier.There is a crack on the back plate as you can see in the last photos. Wouldn't affect its operation when installed correctly. This item is in the category "Antiques\Architectural Antiques\Fireplaces, Mantels & Fireplace Accessories". The seller is "ann-bol231" and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.