Wonderful Louis XVI style antique fireplace with stone trumeau.
This fireplace has very characteristic features of the 18th century: straight jambs topped by a rectangular molded monolithic lintel, hand-carved corner blocks with well-executed flower decorated circular paterae and centered by a frieze carved with foliage. The thin breakfront shelf above the frieze is beautifully molded.
The upper part of this fireplace is called “trumeau” or “hood” and is carved with a decorative central conforming cartouche, curves and a beautiful floral molding. The molded breakfront cornice tops the whole piece.
A beautiful antique stone fireplace salvaged in an executive home in the city of La Rochelle. We unassembled and restored it in our workshops.
: 255 cm
Width : 127 cm
Depth : 68 cm
- Hearth opening : L 98 cm x H 83 cm - Height of the mantel : 107 cm
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