Traditional Cast Iron Cupid Radiator
The Cupid is a remarkable reproduction of an 1890’s American Radiator Company design. The resulting cast combines cherubs, dragons and lions intertwined together with vines and hence why it was described in their sales catalogue as “a work of art in iron”.
As centrepieces and cast iron radiators go, it is the perfect choice for a dramatic talking point in any room setting.
Although only available in one height, assembled Cupid radiators can be supplied to site in lengths from 3 to 30 sections. Finishes available include the standard primer, one of a number of period colour options from the likes of Farrow and Ball or, for added drama, hand polishing to raise the detailing to the fore (see full options here or provide us with a Farrow and Ball, Craig and Rose or Little Green Paint paint reference). Call to check the prices of your specific colour.
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|Colour Options||Standard RAL Colours|
|Farrow and Ball|
|Craig and Rose|
|Polishing & Paint options||Hand Polishing|
|Delivery Information||Painted 6 weeks|
|Polished - Min 8 weeks|
|Output Range||462 - 4625 watts @ Δt50ºC|
|Connections||1/2", 3/4" 1" BSP connections.|
Please select from the following options to view prices. All prices exclude VAT.
£72.00 per unit
Radiators over 8 sections long will be supplied in two or more batteries and will need to be joined together on site. Joining keys can be supplied on a ‘Sale or Return’ basis.
It is important to note our Delivery Information and our Terms and Conditions. Cast iron radiators can be extremely heavy so please take extra care when moving them. Do not attempt to lift them by yourself.
PIPE CENTRE INFORMATION:
As this radiator is a hand-built product, lengths and depths are likely to vary slightly. Any measurements supplied should be considered as guidance only and should not be used for the final siting of pipe work. The Radiator Centre will not be liable for any damage or loss incurred as a result of pipe work being installed prior to the goods being delivered.