Louis XVI style antique fireplace with trumeau made of Richemont stone

This Louis XVI style (1754 – 1793) fireplace is composed of a beautiful trumeau.

Carved into the Richemont stone, (a fine-grained calcareous stone with a yellow/ocher color) this fireplace comes from an executive home situated in the city of Cognac.

It has all the characteristic features of the Louis XVI style (second half of the 18th century). Straight fluted and stop-fluted jambs, rectangular monolithic lintel decorated with rosettes, running pearls and fluted and stop-fluted panel, thin breakfront shelf. A wonderful geometric trumeau with side columns is centered by a molded inset frame. This frame is animated with festoons from which hang other motifs. The thin molded cornice is decorated with running sculpted pearls.

This lovely antique fireplace will add warmth, authenticity and conviviality to your home. 

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Height : 225 cm
Width : 163 cm
Depth : 51 cm
- Hearth opening : L 120 cm x H 100 cm - Height of the mantel : 118 cm

9500 €Réf. CHA552

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