The Chesneys collection of Victorian chimneypieces represents the wide range of designs that enjoyed popularity during this long period, ranging from modest domestic designs to the most exuberant examples.
Elegant simplicity best sums up the regency style and Chesneys offers a collection of chimneypieces in various marbles from this period which given the relative simplicity of their designs suit both traditional and contemporary interiors.
Our collection of Georgian chimneypieces contains some of the finest examples to be found anywhere ranging from early Queen Anne chimneypieces to the finest examples from the late neo-classical period.
French & Italian (9)
Continental chimneypieces provide a contrast to their British counterparts with proportions that are generally more landscape with wider, lower apertures and often displaying flamboyant rococo influences and using a wide selection of beautiful coloured marbles.
Cast Iron (9)
The technology developed during the late 18th and 19th centuries led to the design and manufacture of the most extraordinary decorative cast iron, seen at its best in the diverse styles of fireplace grates dating from this period.
Carved pine chimneypieces provide a lighter and less formal alternative to a stone or marble chimneypiece and can often display outstanding examples of low relief carving that bears comparison with the finest chimneypieces in any material.
Chesneys have handled the largest and most varied range of chimneypieces to have been sold by a single dealer in the past 25 years.