The Old Cinema is proud to be the London showroom for English Fireplaces. Established since 2004, English Fireplaces offers a wide range of hand carved marble, limestone and sandstone fireplaces that combine the finest quality with outstanding value.
Clients will find a carefully selected range, ideal for homes across the capital, on our first floor. This provides a great opportunity to view the exceptional standard of carving and materials without travelling to their main showroom in Hampshire. Surrounds are shown in marble and limestone, with a variety of baskets, inserts, grates and hearths.
Clients are welcome to call English Fireplaces on their dedicated London number, 020 3179 9700, to get advice whilst on site.
The Louis Pompadour marble fireplace could be described as a more restrained big sister to the Louis XV model. The curves are less emphatic on this larger fire surround. It is one of our most popular French reproduction fireplaces.
The William IV marble fireplace is a more sophisticated chimney piece than the simplified Victorian and Edwardian corbels which followed later. This is largely due to the refined carving on the corbels themselves plus the panelling.
The Cumberland in marble fireplace is an accurate reproduction of an Adams style chimney piece. It is very similar to our Ashbourne model but without the coloured inlay to the jambs and frieze. The effect is of a more restrained authority.
The Bolection limestone fireplace is another Queen Anne design where the focus is on luxuriant curves rather than just the linear. A fire surround equally appropriate for either a contemporary or traditional setting.
The Hampton marble fireplace is another timeless Regency style chimneypiece. It has a finely carved elegance created by the gently tapering panels on the jambs and delightful rosettes on the corner blockings.
The Regency Bullseye marble fireplace is another reproduction of a timeless classic from the very early 19th century. It is sometimes referred to as the demi lune bullseye due to the gentle curve of the jamb panels.