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Cast iron inserts were a fixture in homes of the traditional architectural periods such as Victorian, Federation & Edwardian & distinguished by their period specific decorative features. Originally inserts were used as the primary source of heat & included an integrated grate to burn solid fuels such as timber or coal.
Inserts are still a popular choice in new & renovated homes built in the classic styles where decorative gas burners are usually fitted to recreate the original live fire effect.
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