This wonderful and imposing Louis XIII style antique stone fireplace was carved out of a calcareous stone quarried in old quarries that no longer exist in the city of Combles en Barrois.
This fireplace dates back to the 17th century. It features a pair of monolithic slender jambs that offers a large hearth opening (very characteristic of this period because fireplaces were used both for cooking and warming very large spaces.). The traditional monolithic keystone lintel rests on corbels. The imposing cornice is beautifully molded.
This simple countryside fireplace was salvaged in an antique farm situated near the city of Bar le Duc. It will certainly outfit your authentic living space while warming it up.
: 215 cm
Width : 205 cm
Depth : 130 cm
- Hearth opening: W 130 cm x H 160 cm - Foot depth: 65 cm
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