Cadogan radiator 450mm high
The Cadogan cast iron radiator was first produced in America in the 1880s and was later manufactured in Britain
For all Victorian radiators and towel rails ordered, UK mainland delivery cost: £78.00
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The Cadogan cast iron radiator was first produced in America in the 1880s and was later manufactured in Britain.
The radiator is a one column cast iron curly eared princess radiator with a fine etched detail along its edge crowning to its top with a curled detail. Beautifully elegant, the Cadogan cast iron radiator was installed in both public and privately owned buildings during the late Victorian era. The simple handsome design provides a contemporary look for the more modern setting as well as an authentic look for the period home.
Available in 2 heights: 450mm and 750mm.
Radiator depth 145mm
Supplied primed/undercoated unless painting/finishing added to the basket at checkout
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Painting - cast iron radiators
Choose from the full range of Farrow and Ball colours, a choice of metallic colours or antiqued paint effect to give a beautiful finish to your radiators
See our guide on How to paint a cast iron radiator