Tall Louis XIX style antique fireplace with stone trumeau

Wonderful antique fireplace with an original and very characteristic tall trumeau.

This fireplace dates back to the 19th c. and was salvaged in a mansion house situated in the city of Saint-Même near the city of Cognac in the French Department of Charente-Maritimes. The white Tuffeau stone trumeau (limestone) was created along with another similar fireplace (item reference: CHA543). Its white color gives it a clean aesthetic appearance.

Its jambs are 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 rectangular centerpiece. The cornice was also carefully sculpted.

Why don’t you create a “mirror effect” in a hall or a spacious room with high ceiling with both of those antique fireplaces? 

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Height : 255 cm
Width : 107 cm
Depth : 69 cm
- Hearth opening : L 76 cm x H 87 cm - Height of the mantel : 106 cm

3500 €Réf. CHA547

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