Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson Yorkshire School Oak Fire Surround



Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson Yorkshire School adzed oak mantle and supports with twin carved mice, on later fire surround. The Mouseman mantle and supports appear from their style and colour to be of a good age. The Rest of the surround matches well to give a good effect, but is considerably more modern and made to a much lower standard than the Mouseman elements. We have reflected this in our asking price


A very unusual item, which would provide a very attractive focal point to any room


Approximate dimensions:
  • height 132 cm (4 feet 4 inches)
  • width 107 cm (3 feet 6 and a quarter inches)
  • depth 15 cm (5 inches)
  • (Aperture is approximately 760 mm (30 inches) high 825 mm (32 inches) wide. The distance between the outsides of the pillars is 1130mm (44 inches).)
If you need a very exact dimension, or one we haven't included, feel free to contact us and we will measure it for you


2 Signature carved mice

About Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson

Robert 'Mouseman' Thompson (1876 to 1955): One of the most famous British furniture makers, who was part of the 1920s revival of craftsmanship, inspired by the Arts and Crafts movement renowned for his pieces featuring a carved mouse and adzed surfaces. His pieces are always simple, solid, instantly recognisable and beautifully made out of fine materials. They are highly sought after


Good sound condition with rich colour. If you wish to have further specific photographs or talk to us for a more detailed condition report then please do not hesitate to contact us

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