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Style Neo-Renaissance / Ref.4583

Important Neo-Renaissance fireplace of Carrara, Fleur de Pêcher and Red Griotte marble

Width: 68'' ⅞  175cm
Height: 72''   183cm
Depth: 28'' ⅜  72cm
Inner width: 35'' ⅞  91cm
Inner height: 46'' ⅞  119cm

19th century.

This important fireplace was made in the Neo-Renaissance taste in the second half of the 19th century of Carrara, Fleur de Pêcher and Red Griotte marble, thus playing with the polychromy.
Its structure takes the codes of the Renaissance architecture, itself inspired by the Antiquity. Indeed, its entablature of Carrara marble takes the shape of a curved pediment adorned with a typical Renaissance bas-relief. It depicts, indeed, an old man mascaron sticking his tongue out in a decoration inspired by the arabesques, where we can see two horns of plenty and acanthus leaves scrolls, running on each side. The entablature is also surmounted by an acroterion of Fleur de Pêcher marble and supported by Carrara marble jambs with detached pillars of Fleur de Pêcher marble. These pillars, crowned with ionic capitals are also decorated with a strip of Red Griotte marble.

This fireplace is sold without any fireplace insert nor marble floor but could be made to order (please ask for marble availabily).

Price: on request

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