The Hampton 59″

The Surround is going to be the main component of your fireplace that will truly make it a grand feature in your room.

All materials for this Surround can be found in the list below in the drop down menu “Available Materials”.

Once you’ve selected your surround, have a look at what Fire you’d like to combine it with such as;

After that, it’d be good to have a look at what material your Hearth & Insert will be.

Don’t have a Conventional (Class 1 or 2) Flue? NO PROBLEM! Check out this link to explore how Balanced Flue may be able to help you.

If you’d like to find out more or you’re unsure how or where to start; please Contact Us (We do free surveys & quotations!).

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Description

Aegean Limestone

Sourced from the Eastern Mediterranean, our Aegean Limestone mantels are beautifully unique in character. Each mantel has its own individual fossil formation, veining and colour so no two are the same and is handcrafted into a variety of contemporary and traditional designs.

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Portuguese Limestone

Formed over 50 million years ago and quarried in Portugal. The characteristic darker veins, intermingled with fossils of plants and animal life all add up to the beauty of this natural stone. Blooms and whisps of fossilised leaves are not considered defects but part of the experience.

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Corinthian Stone

Quarried in the Western Mediterranean, this honed limestone has a rich sandy colour that provides a delicate warm feel. Its background composition is magnified with unique small fossils and random sedimentary veining. A stone for those seeking a homely, cosy fireplace.

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