This lovely small antique fireplace made of Euville stone was made and salvaged in Lorraine region during the Directory period (1795-1799). Nevertheless, it features all the characteristics of the Louis XIII style: geometric style and pure lines.
The integral shelf (lintel) is centered by a protruding sculpted lozenge flanked by two side triglyphs just above the jambs. The straight jambs are animated with flutes and stop-flutes and sit on rectangular foot blocks.
This well-proportioned fireplace is beautiful and authentic. It will fit within any decorating styles and will definitely brighten up your winter evenings!
: 115 cm
Width : 150 cm
Depth : 34 cm
- Hearth opening: L 115 cm x H 100 cm - Foot blocks depth: 27 cm
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