Chimney / ceiling is ugly. Ideas needed.

Hi Folks.
I've just moved into a new house and the previous DIYer put in a free standing fireplace. Where the flue goes into the insulated top chimney part (Technical name unknown :), the hole in the ceiling looks like it was cut with an old toothbrush. The hole is to large for the chimney, out of centre and really ragged cut.
I am looking to somehow hide this ugliness. Are there any products / trim for sale which will do the trick? Having a look on some fireplace sites, there is no mention of something I am looking for.
Any ideas / pointers will be appreciated.
TIA.
Cheers, Crispin
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On Nov 28, 7:35 pm, snipped-for-privacy@gmail.com wrote:

Take some measurements and go to your local wood stove outlet. You are looking for a ceiling trim kit.
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On Nov 28, 4:18 pm, snipped-for-privacy@nf.sympatico.ca wrote:

And if you don't have luck there, use black sheet metal and aviation sheet metal snips.
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