Cliveden radiator 440mm high
A classic Victorian school style of cast iron radiator
For all Victorian radiators and towel rails ordered, UK mainland delivery cost: £78.00
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A classic Victorian school style radiator with gentle plain rounded curves which will fit into any traditional setting or period home and would also not look out of place in a more modern environment.
Radiator depth 145mm
Widths available from 289mm to 1953mm.
Supplied primed/undercoated unless painting/finishing added to the basket at checkout
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Made to your order
Many of our products are made to your specific customer order and for this reason cannot be returned unless defective. Examples are radiators, chandeliers, outdoor lighting, hand painted tiles, hand printed wallpapers, plaster mouldings etc. Other products are cut to order e.g. stair runners, fabrics, stair rods etc and in the same way cannot be returned unless defective.
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
Things I wish I’d known…
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