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Style Neo-gothic / Ref.5322

Neogothic style fireplace in Turquin marble

Width: 85'' ⅜  217cm
Height: 57'' ⅛  145cm
Depth: 20'' ½  52cm
Inner width: 41''   104cm
Inner height: 40'' ⅛  102cm


Good condition.

This neogothic style mantelpiece was made in the first half of the 19th century, probably around 1840, in Turquin Blue marble. The lintel is structured by several lines of modillions. In the center, a foliage motif evokes 15th century Gothic sculpture. A continuous pattern unfolds around a large accolade resting on miniature columns with simple capitals. The squares are diamond-shaped. The jambs are made up of two twisted columns on either side. These are crowned with capitals decorated with water leaves supporting an entablature decorated with a frieze of floral patterns. The shape of the capitals, the simplicity of their decoration, the foliage ornament placed in the center of the lintel and the brace which hollows out the chimney are all characteristic elements of the neogothic style. Indeed, at the beginning of the 19th century, the arts and decorative arts sought their identity in the styles of the past. These served as models and references and the arts made abundant use of these “historicisms”. Neogothic art, in particular, was in vogue in the first half of the 19th century, both in the decorative arts and in architecture, as is evident in our mantelpiece.

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

Price: on request

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