Project #10868 - Screens for Large Arched Fireplace in Early American Home
Hello, I've recently purchased an old Early American home and it has a very large fireplace that measures 60" across and 52" high opening. I would really appreciate an estimate on a tasteful but simple screen. Best regards,
We have lots of choices when it comes to Early American period design screens and accessories. You can have a screen made to cover the entire opening or something a bit smaller that can fit insSome are made from wrought iron and others from solid brass. There are many finishes to choose from, but looking at your home we suggest oil rubbed steel, oil rubbed bronze or other darker tone brass finishes. Hope this helps!
60" W x 52" H
Note: These mock-ups are not to scale and are meant to help you choose the model of your screen or door, not the finish. Although we may create a general representation of black, iron, bronze, gold and silver tones, you must choose your finish from our samples using the links below. Ask your project manager which samples apply to the items in your project.
Finish Samples: Design Specialties Finishes | Stone Manufacturing Finishes
Option #1: TFD33 Wrought Iron 3-Fold Screen Fireplace Screen
with Rope Casting Frame and Operable Mesh Panel Doors. Shown with Matching T21-Da Vinci Solid Brass Fireplace Tools. This screen is shown made roughly with 15" Side Panels x 45" Center Panel x 42" Tall (center) to fit inside the fireplace.
Option #2: 3P30M Solid Brass 3-Fold Screen Fireplace Screen
in Oil Rubbed Bronze. Shown with Matching T1-Revere Solid Brass Fireplace Tools. This screen is shown made roughly with 13" Side Panels x 40" Center Panel x 50" Tall (center) to fit inside the fireplace.
Option #3: WI-3P30M Wrought Iron 3-Fold Screen Fireplace Screen
in Oil Rubbed Steel. Shown with Matching WI-T5 Seville Wrought Iron Fireplace Tools. This screen is shown made roughly with 13" Side Panels x 40" Center Panel x 44" Tall (center) to fit inside the fireplace.
Fireplace Mesh Doors
These doors provide the ultimate spark protection covering the entire opening. They are bolted to the fireplace with brackets with convenient doors so you don't have to move aside a large bulky screen.
Single Panel Screens
Single Panel Screen
Option #5: 1P10M Solid Brass Arched Fireplace Screen
with Scroll Feet and Strap Handles in Antique Pewter. Shown with Matching T1 Revere Tools. This screen is made 62" W x 53" Tall to overlap the arched opening 1" on the top and sides.
Single Panel Screen
Option #6: 1P10M Steel Arched Fireplace Screen
with Scroll Feet and Strap Handles in Flat Black. Shown with Matching WI-T1 Granada Wrought Iron Fireplace Tools. This screen is shown made roughly 48" W x 42" Tall to fit inside the fireplace.
Single Panel Screen
Option #7: 1P10M Steel Arched Fireplace Screen
with Strap Feet and Handles in Black. Shown with Matching WI-T5 Seville Wrought Iron Fireplace Tools. This screen is shown made roughly 52" W x 44" Tall to fit inside the fireplace.
Single Panel Screen
Option #8: WI-1P30M Wrought Iron Fireplace Screen
with Tapered Rivets and Strap Feet (no handles) in Oil Rubbed Steel. Shown with Matching WI-T1 Granada Wrought Iron Fireplace Tools. This screen is shown made roughly 54" W x 38" Tall to fit inside the fireplace.
Option #9: WI-1P30M-BOWED Wrought Iron Bowed Fireplace Screen
in Oil Rubbed Steel. Shown with Matching WI-T1 Granada Wrought Iron Fireplace Tools. This screen is shown made roughly 54" W x 38" Tall to fit inside the fireplace.
Option #10: AR-SG10 Solid Brass Bowed Fireplace Screen
in Oil Rubbed Bronze. Shown with Matching T1 Revere Solid Brass Fireplace Tools. This screen is shown made roughly 54" W x 38" Tall to fit inside the fireplace.
How To Make A Template
Refer to the picture below: Get a sheet of heavy plastic, the kind that is used as a drop cloth for painting. Cut it roughly 2 inches wider than the opening. You may need to hold it up to the opening to make a rough mark where to cut. Tape it onto the bricks inside the mantel so that it is stretched as flat as possible. Make sure the bottom edge is the straight edge and is exactly flush with the hearth. Once it is taped in place, take a thin marker and trace a line of the opening at each brick. If you make a correction, draw an arrow to the correct part of the line so it is obvious which to follow. Mark the front of the plastic as "Outside Looking In". Take a good picture of the template while it is in place so we can verify it was done correctly.
Take the following measurements while the template is still in place. Write the measurements anywhere on the template. It may be easier to write the measurements on the template after you have taken your picture and taken the template down. Be sure to either cut the tape off the template or fold it over so that it does not get stuck when you roll the template up.
Top Width (before the arch):
Write your First and Last Name, Phone Number and Sales Order Number (if you have it) on the template. Roll the template up and put it into a shipping tube...or get a shipping tube when you go to mail it
Email us the picture you took of the template and we will take a look at it. If it looks good, we will tell you where to send it.
To make a template
Finish Options for Stone Manufacturing
Stone Manufacturing Solid Brass Castings
These solid brass castings are used as trims for fireplace screens and doors. They can be made in a wide variety of finishes. We do not have pictures of every type of screen or door that these can be used for, but you use can your imagination to create the perfect screen for your fireplace. Often times we use these trims to pick up on some other architectural detail in the mantel or other furnishings in the home
#20 - Egg & Dart (Old English)
#22 - Laurel Leaf (Antique Brass)
#27 - French (Old English)
#33 - Rope (Black Antique Silver)
#34 - Mini Rope (Bronze Patina)
#35 - Ornate Beaded (Aged Brass)
#44 - Circle Dot (Satin Nickel)
#48 - Floral (Antique Brass)
#52 - Half Oval (Antique Pewter)
#54 - Reed & Ribbon (Oil Rubbed Bronze)
#55 - Flower & Ribbon (Amber)
#36 - Oak Leaf (Hand Polished)
#39 - Wild Flowers (Highlighted Old English)
#42 - Victorian (Brown Antique Silver)
#46 - Tulip (Burnt Sienna)
#51 - Greek Key (Satin Brass & Black)
#66 - Bellini (French Gold)
#88 - Prince of Wales (Ormolu)
#77 - Desert Palms (Oil Rubbed Bronze)
#99 - Wave & Scroll (Old English)
Fig #1 - Closeup
Fig #2A - Room Setting
Fig #2B - Room Setting
Fig #2C - Room Setting
Fig #2D - Room Setting
Mesh & Insulation Options
The Mesh options are behind the glass so you can burn the fire with the doors open and still have spark protection. Great for real wood or gas logs since most gas long manufacturers insist that you have a screen in front of the logs when they are burning. Mesh panel doors are the most popular and are best for when there are toddlers present because they will not open backwards whereas the mesh screens are easily pushed in. Insulation goes between the back of the frame and the fireplace facing, providing a better seal.
Black Mesh Curtains - These slide back and forth on a rod behind the glass
Gate Mesh Doors - These are separate doors behind the glass that have a flat wire mesh and a black frame.
Insulation: Provides a better seal between the fireplace face and the door frame.
This page was created as part of our Free Fireplace Door Design service. Anyone who has a fireplace and is considering glass doors can take advantage of this program. All you have to do is email us some pictures of your fireplace and we will create digital mock-ups showing you how various fireplace doors will look on your fireplace. This is hands down the best way to shop for fireplace doors. Click Here to Begin Your Own Project!