- Firedogs were made to occupy the tall and wide fireplaces in the principal rooms of Venetian palazzi.
- Many of the cast-iron firedogs are reproduced from the original 16th to 18th Century patterns.
- The most spectacular of these is the Capel Garmon firedog from North Wales, with its magnificent horns and elaborate and fanciful manes.
- Take the pair of silvered bronze firedogs made in the style of the late seventeenth century that ornamented the fireplace of the Grand Salon.
- He also designed eminently practical and sleek kettles, firedogs, fenders, and fire screens.