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A Louis XVI design featuring a floral guilloche frieze and acanthus and honeysuckle columned jambs.
With console jambs headed with acanthus carving beneath rosette corner blocks and running frieze featuring Vitruvian scroll above a central cartouche.
A new addition to the Chesney's Stone Collection, the Fiorenza is a copy of a Renaissance stone chimneypiece.
A handsome example of an en trumeau cheminee from the reign of Louis XIII, incorporating a bolection mould framing the fire chamber, with an oval medallion flanked by ionic pilasters within the overmantel.
An 18th century Provincial French design of simple form with console jambs, plain frieze and generous mantel shelf.
A design from the Louis XVI period with bowed frieze featuring bay leaf and quiver and arrow motif of an acanthus carved offset console jamb.
A late 17th century cheminee of simple architectural form from the Loire Valley with bolection moulding and corniced trumeau section with a central domed panel.
A robust Renaissance design with heavy console jambs supporting a frieze of simple architectural form beneath a deep en trumeau section.
A stone chimneypiece of Italianate design and impressive proportions with elegant console jambs and a generous mantel shelf.