47.5 inches wide, 14.75 inches deep and 6.5 inches tall.
For metric please multiply by 2.5
A particularly good quality copper and brass fire fender with beautiful and elaborately cast sinuous solid brass corner spandrels of Art Nouveau design and a lovely planished copper front panel all set on flattened and beaded brass bun feet. In excellent original condition without damage and of a good large size, and with only minor and superficial marks and small dings consistent with age and careful use.
In the 19th century most of the rooms in a house had a chimney for open fires and the fender would be placed to denote the hearth and stop logs rolling off and reaching the rug or soft furnishings.
The fender is shown here with a pair of early 20th century brass firedogs and a duck basket grate, these are not included in the sale price but are available separately.