18th century antique fireplace made of Savonniere stone. It was unassembled in a stone house situated in the small town of Commercy in Lorrain region.
This Louis XVI style fireplace features simple but geometric sloping and slanting jambs. Those jambs are topped by a monolithic lintel decorated with a flat molding running along its lower edge. The lintel is also animated with beautiful finely sculpted rosettes just above the jambs. The trumeau is quite simple and features a central embossed breastplate which can hold a painting. A beautiful finely molded cornice ends the whole piece.
This fireplace with trumeau is very simple. The Savonniere stone offers a beautiful slightly ocher natural patina. Let’s imagine it in a large room with a roaring fire!
: 233 cm
Width : 185 cm
Depth : 67 cm
- Hearth opening : L 150 cm x H 100 cm - Foot blocks depth: 37 cm - Height of the mantle: 122 cm
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