Louis XV style fireplace with trumeau and sculpted fleur-de-lis lintel.

Louis XV (18th century) antique fireplace with trumeau made of stone from Charente

Its original simplicity makes it unique.

The stonework trumeau is topped by a beautiful molded cornice. The lower part of this fireplace has much more details than the upper part: nicely curved jambs, monolithic stone lintel with a crossbow shape centered by a hand-sculpted shield with a fleur-de-lis in relief (symbol of French royalty), thin and molded shelf. The “Bolection” (large round molding running along the frame of the hearth opening) molded stone fireplace has its origins in the mid 17th Century.

Thanks to its simple appearance, this fireplace will definitely complements every interior design. 

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Height : 268 cm
Width : 184 cm
Depth : 63 cm
- Hearth opening : L 138 cm x H 106 cm - Height of the mantel : 132 cm

6000 €Réf. CHA554

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