H A N D - F O R G E D I R O N • H A N D C R A F T E D I
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& Fireplace Tools
tools provide you with classic examples of handforged work by the
village smith. These handsomely designed tools are 28” in length
and feature a broom, hand-tied using South Dakota broom corn. Your
choice of round or square handles
heavy 3/8” stock. (Photo at left
shown with square handles).
Square Handle (With Twist)
Round Handle (No Twist)
Set of 4 Tools
Tools (not shown)
Our blacksmith worked these up especially for large fieldstone fireplaces.
Made of heavier 1/2” square stock, 36” in length, with the
same graceful twist in the handle as our regular size tools.
Set of 4 Tools
1505-1 1535-1 1545-1
Mount Tool Racks
With either 3 or 4 stationary hand-forged round hooks, your tools will
be displayed in easy reach. 12” L x 3” H.
Sturdy and well balanced, these stands are a very graceful alternative
to our fireplace tool rack. Position them anywhere around your hearth
or wood stove. Available in 2 designs to match our 28” fireplace
tool sets. Overall height 40”.(Not for use with oversized tools).
Post (With Twist) 1586-1
4 Hook Stand 1585-1
Post (No Twist) 1588-1
Hook Stand 1587-1
A sturdy pair of andirons was an appliance necessary in all period homes.
Primarily used to support logs in the fireplace, they could also play a role in open fire cooking by holding a spit. We have recreated
four examples of traditional design and quality. 18” H x 16”
D. Spit hooks are optional.
Bean Finial Andirons
Goose Neck Andirons
To facilitate open fire cooking, 18th century fireplaces were equipped
with cranes. We offer a standard style (some electric welding) and a fully hand-forged version (traditional joinery) in a variety of lengths. Each comes with either masonry brackets to install during construction or angle brackets for existing
fireplaces. (Please specify arm length and bracket type when ordering.
Custom sizes and designs also available).