18th Century roasting range and Herald closed range for No15 Great Pultney Street

We completed this job late last year for a hotel at No15 Great Pultney Street, Bath. The building dates from 1780s but was converted into a hotel in circa 1920. In the basement the original arched recess was still present (albeit bricked up) from the original roasting range whilst the space to its right had been squared off to take a closed range at some point. Both recesses were restored and I drew up a proposal to acknowledge the two significant dates in this building history that were of significance to its new custodians.
I suggest we make a replica of a roasting range from the 1780s to honour the buliding origins and secondly to install a closed range dating from circa 1920 to recognise when the building use changed into what it is today.
I sourced a "Herald" range by Russell & Sons since the brother of the firm ran the "Iron & Marble Co" in nearby Bristol and the "Herald" and "Gradient" ranges were stocked by them so its presence in such an establishment would be likely.
The 18th century roasting range was fabricated entirely by ourselves although the budget did not allow for the level of authenticity we would have hoped for. Nonetheless we feel the overal impression is very effectively and does justice to the building providence.