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Stone Manufacturing
Finishes & Trims

Finishes | Trims | Mesh Options | Glass Options

Stone Manufacturing is the only company that makes custom fireplace accessories using 100% virgin solid brass. Items crafted from virgin brass are more costly, but have a depth and luster like fine jewelry that simply cannot be replicated using plated or painted steel. It takes skilled craftsman to work with these materials, which is what sets Stone Manufacturing aside. The finishes below are available on most products. Some are applied to steel or solid brass depending on the item.

GP1 - Flat Black
GP1 - Gloss Black
GP2 - Pewter
GP2 - Natural Iron
GP2 - Oil Rubbed Steel
GP2 - Medieval
GP2 - Hammered Steel
GP2 - Hand Hammered Rustic Swedish
GP2 - Rust
GP3 - Polished Brass
GP3 - Satin Brass
GP4 - Polished Gold
GP4 - French Gold
GP4 - Hand Polished
GP4 - Amber
GP4 - Weathered Brass
GP4 - Antique Brass
GP4 - Aged Brass
GP4 - Old English
GP4 - Oil Rubbed Bronze
GP4 - Statuary Bronze
GP4 - Hardwood Bronze
GP5 - Polished Chrome
GP5 - Polished Nickel
GP5 - Satin Nickel
GP6 - White Bronze
GP6 - Satin Stainless Steel
GP6 - Black Antique Silver
GP6 - Antique Pewter
GP6 - Champagne
GP6 - Brown Antique Silver
GP6 - Light Bronze Patina
GP6 - Burnt Sienna
GP7 - 24K Royal Gold Plate
GP7 - Gold Leaf
GP7 - Distressed Gold Leaf
Wrought Iron Finishes

These finishes are available on most of the hand crafted wrought iron items from Stone Manufacturing. The group numbers are included in the finish description for pricing purposes. For outdoors use either Rust or Natural Iron can be zinc coated (at Group 6 pricing).

Solid Brass Castings

With these solid brass materials, you can use your imagination to create the perfect masterpiece for your fireplace whether it be a glass door or fireplace screen. No other manufacturer in the United States has the skill and craftsmanship required to work with these materials and, because of their complexity and high price, they are sold only through a small number of select authorized dealers.

#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)

Solid Brass Extrusions

Use these to add additional flare to your fireplace door or create a unique one of a kind fireplace screen.

MCM - Mini Crown Molding - 1 1/4"
MCM - Mini Crown Molding - 1 1/2"
VB - Vanderbuilt - 1 3/16"
Half Round - 1"
Half Round - 1 1/2"
Half Round - 2"
Beveled - 2 3/8"
Beveled - 1 1/8"
Beveled - 7/8"
Bowler's Hat - 3/4"
Dome Top - 1 1/4"
Solid Brass Split Tubes

Wire Mesh Options

These wire mesh options are available for most screens made by Stone Manufacturing. Standard weave is used for normal size screens when the mesh type is not specified. Fine weave mesh is the easiest to see through but is easier to dent or bend and is not recommended if there are small children or pets that may damage the screen. Double mesh is used when you want to obscure the fireplace as it is harder to see through. Heavy gauge mesh is recommended if the screen is going to get lots of abuse such as in public areas, rental properties or just heavy use. Screens taller and wider than 36" require heavy gauge mesh. Screens taller and wider than 48" require special construction with fixed panels as they exceed the width of the heavy gauge mesh rolls.

Glass Options

The glass options below can also have a 1/2" or 1" beveled edge for most glass doors and free standing screens. Glass thickness for free standing screens can be 1/4", 3/8" or 1/2" in most applications except for Low Iron Glass, which is 3/8" only.