Rustic 17th century stone fireplace

This antique stone fireplace dates back to the 17th century. It is made of Senonville stone and was salvaged in the East part of France in an old ruined country house.

This rustic fireplace features very high console-shaped jambs. The low-arched lintel is beautifully molded on its lower part and emphasizes the movement of the hearth line. A drip edge cornice animated with beautiful moldings ends the whole piece.

It was initially installed into a wall and was used for both cooking and warming large spaces. Now, it can be turned into a new decorative focal point. It will definitely add authenticity and warmth to your home.

 

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Height : 192 cm
Width : 187 cm
Depth : 100 cm
- Hearth opening: L 146 cm x H 168 cm - Foot blocks depth: 26 cm

4500 €Réf. CHA389

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