A fireplace should be the primary focus of any room, and therefore we ensure that every one of our fireplaces embodies the finest craftsmanship and integrity of design.
Integrity of design is intrinsic to every Chesney’s fireplace. Our period fireplaces are exact copies of antique originals recognised by conservation bodies worldwide for their authenticity.
Outstanding craftsmanship means using traditional techniques in our manufacturing whether hand carving a marble chimneypiece or forging steel on a blacksmith’s anvil. These are labour intensive and highly skilled processes for which there
is no substitute.
We consistently search for the
finest materials, visiting quarries throughout Europe and Asia. We are forever looking to add to the range, and quality of materials that we offer, and to find original and inventive ways of using these new materials.
Our aim is always to innovate. We continually work on new design concepts and ways to refine our existing products.
We have the widest range of quality fireplaces to be found anywhere. What's more, if we haven't thought of it already - but you have - then we can make it for you.
The register grate had its origins in the early 19th century when the idea of closing down a fireplace with a radiant steel or cast iron interior to improve its efficiency first emerged.
Chesney’s have a long history of collaboration with leading designers from the fields of fashion, furniture and interior design. These collections have formed an important addition to the rich tradition of domestic fireplace design.
For over a quarter of a century Chesney’s has been one of the world’s leading dealers in antique fireplaces, restoring chimneypieces and grates at its workshops in central London.
We have selected forged steel as the medium for our new range of andirons and fire baskets to create a beautiful collection of designs that will complement any fireplace. The extensive collection of freestanding fire baskets available can be adapted to house a gas effect fire.
A set of fire tools used to tend an open fire or stove need to be especially well made to withstand regular use and extremely high temperatures. The Chesney's collection addresses this requirement with a range of designs that is robust and practical. Incorporating the best of traditional and contemporary design, our craftsmen use a variety of attractive materials and finishes ranging from skillfully worked wrought iron to brushed steel.
A practical consideration in tending a fire or stove is where to store the fuel. Chesney's range of log holders addresses this requirement with a series of practical and attractive designs ranging from traditional to contemporary.
A collection of exact replicas of designs for mantels selected from the archives of the world famous Sir John Soane’s Museum and reproduced by Chesneys under exclusive licence from the museum.
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