Gallery Pembroke 48" Cast Iron Combination Fireplace, 48"x15" granite hearth, NG2 coal effect gas fire
The Gallery Pembroke is one of the larger cast iron fireplaces available in the Gallery range. With a mantel shelf width of 1205mm (47.5"), it's a perfect fit for standard sized living rooms, dining rooms, or even larger bedrooms* as an impressive feature.
Despite being associated with period properties, cast iron fireplaces remain extremely popular and continue to complement current interior design trends. Being a combination model, the Gallery Pembroke eliminates the need to purchase a separate surround and insert as it's all combined within a single unit.
Crafted from heavy-duty cast iron, you can choose from a matt black painted finish (recommended for solid fuel) or a fully polished cast finish that produces a more contemporary, pewter finish. The complete fireplace on the full polish version is buffed to a pewter style finish, while the mantel shelf top remains matt black.
The Pembroke comes with a dedicated cast iron back that requires a minimum inset depth of 210mm (8.25"). For those with a busy lifestyle, the optional gas fire is a welcome addition that can be turned on/off and the dancing flames adjusted using the manual controls located at the bottom of the fireplace behind the ashpan cover. The gas fire requires a Class 1 chimney and has a maximum input rating of 6.9kW, so additional ventilation (air-vent) is not typically required.
For homes without a flue or for those who want the ability to have a welcoming glow effect throughout the year without the need for any heat, a dedicated electric fire gives off an ambient light effect, and there's an option for heat too if required.
By adding the solid fuel kit, you can burn wood or solid fuels on a grate that fits inside the fire chamber.
*Gas fires are not suitable for installing in bedrooms
The standard hearth size for the Pembroke fireplace is 48" x 15", and a selection of larger hearth options are also available if an existing carpet cut-out or other features need to be covered.