An architectural fireplace with stone trumeau from the early 19th century

This wonderful antique fireplace has a straight and slender trumeau that makes it very original.

This 19th century fireplace comes from a mansion house in the city of Saint-Même located near the city of Cognac. The fireplace is composed of a white limestone Tufa and was created along with another similar fireplace (item reference: CHA547). Its white color gives it a clean aesthetic appearance.

Its jambs are also very simple, thin and straight and its lintel has a rectangular shape.

Only the upper part of the fireplace is ornamented with several carving details: The trumeau was carved with several moldings of different sizes creating a wall centerpiece. The cornice was also carefully sculpted.

This fireplace is perfect for spacious rooms with high ceiling. 

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Height : 250 cm
Width : 108 cm
Depth : 70 cm
- Hearth opening : L 76 cm x H 84 cm - Height of the mantel : 102 cm - Height of the hood : 148 cm

3675 €Réf. CHA543

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