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Stovax Art Nouveau Tiled Convector Fireplace in Matt Black with Evening Primrose 5 tile sets. Shown with Carlton wooden mantel in Light Oak.

Stovax Art Nouveau Tiled Convector Fireplace in Matt Black with Blue Iris Tile Sets. Shown with Georgina Roundel Stone Mantel in Antique White Marble.

Stovax Art Nouveau Tiled Convector with Purple Flag surround tiles. Also shown: Pembroke Mantel.

Stovax Art Nouveau Tiled Convector with Yellow Iris surround tiles. Also shown: Chatsworth mantel

Art Nouveau Tiled Convector Fireplaces

Ingeniously adapted to bring you the greater efficiency of convector heating, this fireplace otherwise remains a splendid reflection of the Belle Époque and the creative influence of artisans such as Galle, Tiffany and Lalique.

Choose from solid fuel or gas fire versions and traditional matt black, highlight polished or fully polished finishes, as well as options such as a host of matching tiles.

Visit our Classic Fireplaces page for more information.

Matt Black with hood (ACF03)
Highlight Polished with hood (ACF04)
Fully Polished with hood (ACF04FP)
With their delicate patterns and pictures, these beautiful Urn Design cast iron panels offer an elegant alternative to tile sets for selected classic Fronts, Inserts and Convectors. Available in matt black and highlight polished finishes. Those illustrated have been polished with Stovax Traditional Black Grate Polish.

Key Facts

BrandStovax
Burns wood and multi fuel
Gas option available*

*This product is not suitable for primary heating purposes.

Tiled Convector Fireplaces

Taking our Victorian and Art Nouveau Inserts and making a series of discreet modifications, we have designed convector fireplaces to provide dramatically increased heating efficiency whilst preserving traditional looks.

Offered in both solid fuel and gas versions, Convector fireplaces draw cool air in through the fire’s grate which is then heated in a specially designed convection chamber. Heated air is diffused into the room via a barely noticeable outlet above the hood, making it twice as effective as a conventional open fire. The result is a rare blend of period elegance and modern capability, and not surprisingly some of the most popular models in the Classic Fireplaces range.

These fireplace fronts can also be teamed up with Stovax's wood and stone mantels.

Visit our Classic Fireplaces page for more information.

Full range of Tiled Convector Fireplaces...

Art Nouveau Tiled Convectors Information

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Reviews and Customer Showcase
“Looks great”
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Logic gas fire & cast iron panels by @StovaxGazco – looking good! #cosy #readyforwinter
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“Brings warmth and cheer whenever lit”
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“Cosy and warm”
“Heat of the Home”
“Christmas Eve”
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“Modern Ambience”
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“What a great purchase!”
Thanks for all the sofa love on yesterday’s post! 💕 I was a bit nervous about its arrival as we had ordered it online without ever seeing it but I just love it and it’s really nice to have a bit of colour for once! I also bought some lovely old lights from @rosiebuddecorative which you can just see in the mirror, they’re now wired up and working ✨✨ i do love this little room! I’m off to Work today but I’d really like to stay at home as I’m feeling really behind on the Christmas front! 🎄Have a lovely Wednesday 😀#stovax #festivefireside
“Corey Winter Warmer”
“Cosy Candescence”
“Smart new gas fire, lovely glow”
“Hearty”
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“Perfect solution to suit our existing fireplace and sitting room”
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