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Old Posted: 18-09-2008 , 05:19 PM #1
Bunty
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Default Any Ideas, Please? (14" fire-back & grate)

I purchased a beautiful antique fireplace, however the builder has told me that I need a 14" fire-back & grate, he has told me that he has tried everywhere for these & they cannot be got anymore.
I have put an adv. in Wanted Sect. but no responce. I am not looking for these for free, perhaps, one of my JT colleagues may know where these can be purchased.
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Old Posted: 18-09-2008 , 06:31 PM #2
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Old Posted: 18-09-2008 , 07:55 PM #3
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These people might be able to help. They are very good at responding to email's:

http://www.eurosalve.com/products.php?cat=17
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Old Posted: 18-09-2008 , 09:06 PM #4
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Don't know about the back but a welder should be able to make the grate for you. My father was a welder when he was alive and used to make loads of these and they lasted for years.
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Old Posted: 19-09-2008 , 10:48 AM #5
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hi bunty,
i think that may be the answer, my dad got ours made at a local foundry years ago, cos twas an unusual size, also kilkenny architectural salvage could be good if you're in the area, they have a website.
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Old Posted: 19-09-2008 , 04:08 PM #6
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Thanks a mill for all replies, I will follow up & let you know how I get on.
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