The Square dip style is one of our most contemporary styles, especially in brushed steel. Why not have a mix of clear, cast acrylic uprights to make it even more stylish?
See Gallery Images B, F, T and V
The square dip style is not available with the stepped base.
A very traditional style fender, commonly seen in London Clubs.
See Gallery Image L
Although the curved dip style is very traditional in appearance, it can be made a little more contemporary by using square uprights and square collars, instead of round. See Gallery Images A, C, E, G, I, J, K, N, O, Q, S, W and X. The High Dip style has just a higher, gentle curve.
If space is limited, this fender has two options of seat shape.
See Gallery Image M
Similar to the curved dip, the curve is an elliptical shape as opposed to a radius
See Gallery Image P
Ideal for inglenook fireplaces, this low fender has a 12” wide seat and two bases underneath. See Gallery Images H and U
This curb style fender is perfect for creating a guard between the fire and the room or when there is no room for seating.
One main advantage of corner seats is that they can be moved to other fireplaces, within reason.
A pretty style that has a wood base with metal uprights.See Gallery Image D
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