Our fireplace accessories include fireplace tools, firewood holders, and fireplace cookware. Fireplace tools have the main purpose of controlling the fire. The main focus is on comfort, safety, and durability. A quietly burning fire produces the least amount of particulate matter. Firewood baskets are a decorative way to store wood next to the fireplace. Fireplace cookware allows you to cook in the fireplace. In addition, these fireplace accessories have a decorative function. Below you can select 1000+ fireplace accessories by size, material, price, style, age and origin. Read also: Which fireplace accessories do I need?
Fire tools include: fireplace tongs, fire poker, fireplace shovel, a bellow or blowpipe, and something to store the tools. A combination of different accessories is a fireplace set. Pay close attention to whether the different parts go well together in terms of the materials, the size, and the style of the different fireplace tools.
Wood buckets allow you to store wood next to the fireplace. Our log holders are a decorative addition to the fireplace and are usually made of brass, copper, or a combination of both. They often have a wrought iron handle.
In the old days, cooking in the fireplace was done with the help of special cookware. Nowadays, cooking in the hearth is an experience, and it can still be done with the age-old cookware. There are trammels, trivets, roasting jacks, gridirons, toasting forks, ladles, skimmers and waffle irons.
Size of fireplace tools
The length of the fireplace tools or cooking utensils is essential. As a rule, smaller fire tools are sufficient for smaller fires and stoves and large fire tools are better for large fires. Large log holders accommodate large logs, and smaller firewood buckets accommodate smaller logs. The tiny containers are suitable for storing kindling. Of course, this is also a matter of taste. When choosing, pay close attention to the indicated sizes on the website to avoid disappointment.
Style of fireplace tools
The oldest fireplace tools we offer are from the 17th century. Fireplace tools are usually either quite rustic, essentially a Gothic style or a derivative thereof, or they are more highly decorated. Then they usually follow the styles of the fireplace and and house. This can be Baroque (Louis XV and Georgian), Neoclassical (Louis XVI and Georgian III), Neo-styles (Napoleon III and Victorian), Art Nouveau / Art Deco and Modern. Our log holders are usually from the 18th or 19th century and are usually Baroque, Neoclassical or a Neo-style. Fireplace cookware follows the same styles as fireplace tools. The choice of whether or not to follow a style is very personal. It can be wonderful to pick out a fireplace accessory in the style of the fireplace. It can also be nice, for example, to find a good balance with a fairly simple style fireplace accessory combined with a decorated fireplace. Even if the chosen style or origin of the different fireplace accessories differs from each other, it can form a beautiful whole (mix and match).
In our webshop it is possible to select accessories by type, material, style, size and origin. If you have any doubts about your choice, you can always contact us (see below).