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The Chiswick Tudor
A stone chimneypiece in the Tudor style with foliate carving to the spandrels.
A classic example of the Elizabethan style having a Tudor Arched opening surmounted by recessed spandrels giving this stone chimneypiece simple form and pleasing proportions.
An imposing stone Tudor chimneypiece of unusual form incorporating heavy jambs which are shaped to project forwards at the midpoint.
The Buckingham has carved corbels which support the reeded mantel shelf.
The Classic Victorian
A simple Victorian style fire surround carved in limestone.
One of the most popular 19th century designs comprising simple mouldings to the head of the jambs and a frieze spanning the full width of the body of the fireplace.
The Victorian Corbel
A late 19th century style marble surround with carved corbels supporting the bevelled edged shelf.
The Edwardian Corbel
A popular late 19th century design with plain jambs and frieze and simple moulded corbel supporting a generous mantel shelf.
The Holland is a beautifully carved, statuary marble, early Victorian style chimneypiece, typical of the large West London houses built between 1840 and 1860.
The Ladbroke is a simple yet stylised copy of an early Victorian chimneypiece in statuary marble.
The Greenwich is a fire surround that includes a wealth of architectural detail and features an inverted breakfront mantel shelf and conforming frieze above an attractive Gothic Arched opening.
A 19th century Gothic chimneypiece with a moulded arched opening framed by acorn and oak leaf ornament and spandrels decorated with oak leaves, flanked by engaged columns.