This 17th Century antique fireplace is made of “pierre de Vaucouleurs” stone. It was salvaged and unassembled in a post-relay which now no longer exists in the French department of Moselle.
This countryside fireplace adopted some characteristics of the Louis XIII architectural style: wonderful corbelled jambs, monolithic lintel used as a keystone, stunning cornice that keeps demonstrating the skilled craftsmanship of the former stonecutter.
The majestic proportions of this fireplace make it unique. It will easily create a new focal point in your living space and will definitely brighten up your winter evenings with a roaring fire!
: 184 cm
Width : 215 cm
Depth : 99 cm
- Hearth opening: L 162 cm x H 131 cm
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