This extraordinary antique fireplace was in the Meeting room of the Fenaille mansion created by Maurice Fenaille in Severac le Chateau, South of France, in 1912. Made out of Alabastro di Busca during the 19th century, this fireplace is garnished with sublime gilt bronze ornaments with lions heads and a large foliaged shell. Louis XIV style , this fireplace is inspired from the fireplace which is in the Salon of Hercule in the Versailles Palace .
Both sides of this fireplace are ornated with bronze and are paneled.
The Alabastro di Busca marble is an alabaster stone, highly decorative and with warm tones.
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