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A new addition to Chesneys French Collection, La Rochelle displays delicate carved detail beneath a serpentine shelf.
A Louis XVI design in white marble with fielded panels framed by finely carved pearl beading to the frieze and corner blocks, the latter sitting above stop fluted console jambs.
Reflecting the popularity of the French rococo style in England during the 18th century, the Navarre is an English chimneypiece that copies the French style whilst retaining the taller proportions typical of an English chimneypiece.
A French style marble chimneypiece of 18th century design having carved rosettes on the corner blocks above console jambs headed by Acanthus leaf carvings and incorporating carved wreath and trailing foliage to the frieze.
A beautiful example of a French chimneypiece from the Rococo period: around 1750.
Sensuous curves and shapely mouldings characterise the Versailles fireplace.
The Sorbonne is a graceful and understated design from the era of Louis XV.
A serpentine fronted chimneypiece of the Louis XV period with carved central cartouche.
A small French style marble chimneypiece of 18th century design having moulded panels to the frieze and jambs beneath a serpentine shelf.
An early 18th century cheminee of imposing proportions with tapering inset panels to the jambs and a double cornice to the en trumeau section broken by a domed panel.
An elegant cheminee dating from the Regence period incorporating attractive carved elements within the cornice and trumeau panel and with a conforming cartouche to the centre of the supporting frieze.
A chimneypiece in the style of Louis XVI with inverted breakfront shelf and frieze, the latter featuring finely carved rosettes flanking a central tablet carved with a swag of flowers.