Choose the cast iron Canterbury for amazing adaptability. That classic look with subtle lines and pattern-work is just the start.
It comes supplied with both hand-crafted artificial logs and a bag of polished pieces of anthracite. Arrange these how you will – all logs, all coals or a mixture. You also have a choice of door inserts; arched window (as standard), plain and arched lattice.
The difference you notice with this cast iron stove is the centre-opening double doors with a traditional pattern.
You can run the Lincoln with the doors either closed or open for a change. You can also change the arrangement of the logs and coals. The Lincoln is slimline to the extent of being only 275mm deep so it suits standard sized hearths and fireplaces.
Choice of log or coal effect
Double doors – can be run with doors open
Concealed control panel behind ash door
Optional top flue spigot (to install dummy 125mm flue pipe)
The compact size and timeless styling would tempt you to place the case iron Serrano in the bedroom. In its electric version there is nothing to stop you. Plug in, switch it on and sit back to enjoy its restful, flickering ambience.
Like all Broseley electric stoves, it’s soothingly quiet. If tomorrow you fancy moving it to liven up the conservatory, that’s your privilege.
Stand the York electric stove beside its woodburning twin and you won’t see the difference. It even has an optional spigot for attaching a dummy flue pipe. Light them up and they’re still amazingly challenging to distinguish. Sit back and bask in the peaceful, flickering flames encased in cast iron.
Another distinction is the door design. Woodburning stove doors all have plain glass, but with the York electric you can also opt for doors inserts with latticework or gothic arch designs inspired by the Minster windows.
Hereford 5 SE
With an output of 5kw and the infinitely adaptable looks which characterise the Hereford family, the Hereford 5 has the power to transform the look and feel of rooms in the size and style of house where most of us live. You can see why it’s a favourite.
With an output of 7kw and the infinitely adaptable looks which characterise the Hereford family, the Hereford 7 has the power to transform the look and feel of rooms in the size and style of house where most of us live.
Serrano 5 SE
With an output of 5kw and the infinitely adaptable looks which characterise the whole Serrano family, the Serrano 5 SE has the power to transform the look and feel of rooms in the size and style of house where most of us live.
Everything about the Serrano 7 SE is expensive. Its hefty 7kw heat output will radiate warmth around every cubic metre of the largest spaces, making it especially welcome in rooms which are open plan or where a wall has been removed between two rooms to create a spacious living area. So panoramic is the flame picture through the arched window, you can revel in the ever changing display from any corner.
Broseley Serrano 5 SE & 7 SE Multi-fuel Stoves with Log Store
Serrano 5 SE Log store
The best way to appreciate what this tall new member of the Serrano family adds to home life is to sit back in front of it. Normally you look down into a stove’s embers and fire bed, but because the Serrano 5SE with log store is raised you can see amazing wisps of flame flickering around the top of the interior. Endless fascination.
Serrano 7SE Log store
The statement which the broad shouldered Serrano 7SE makes it all the more magnificent with the integral log store. It combines impact with convenience. Not only does its considerable capacity mean fewer trips to fetch wood from outside, the grain and growth rings on the cut ends of the logs and the pattern they form stacked together add a satisfyingly natural design element.
Broseley Silverdale 5 SE & 7 SE Woodburning Stoves
With its smooth matt surface and crisp neat lines, the Silverdale will fit perfectly in any modern or contemporary setting. As for warmth, the Silverdale has output options of 5kW & 7kW, enough to radiate a cosy ambience around any medium to large sized room.