Antique Wood Fireplaces

Antique wooden fireplaces, mantels & chimneypieces ranging from carved antique Mahogany fireplaces, Oak mantels, carved pine chimneypieces and Walnut wood mantels, in a large selection of different historical pe

  • Stock: 9693

    A large, well proportioned and attractive Gothic Revival antique oak chimneypiece with a half barrel shelf above an unusual Celtic style carved design on the frieze and with fern carved detail on the spandrels either side of the pointed, slow arched opening.
    Northern English, mid 19th century.

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    Width Height Depth
    External 69 12"
    176.5 cms
    56 14"
    143 cms
    6 14"
    16 cms
    Internal 58 14"
    148 cms
    42 18"
    107 cms
  • Stock: 14638

    A tall antique Renaissance style carved, columned Walnut Trumeau chimneypiece, with its original brass insert. The central arched pediment, containing a deeply carved salamander, is flanked by a fretwork gallery set over a plain frieze, supported on barley twist columns with Corinthian capitals.
    French, late 19th century.

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    Width Height Depth
    External 64"
    162.5 cms
    106 78"
    271.5 cms
    18 12"
    47 cms
    Internal 35 38"
    90 cms
    43 1116"
    111 cms
  • Stock: 14605

    A large Renaissance style carved Oak chimneypiece, with original brass and cast iron insert. The richly carved frieze of scrolling foliage with a central mask is flanked by spread eagle end blocks, supported on free standing Atlanteans. Shown here with matching andirons SNo 14609 not included in the price.
    French, circa 1870.

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    Width Height Depth
    External 77"
    195.5 cms
    63 58"
    161.5 cms
    24 1316"
    63 cms
    internal wood 43 1116"
    111 cms
    47 38"
    120.5 cms
  • Stock: 14533

    A beautiful, tall and elegant walnut wood antique trumeau fireplace surround. A most stunning and grand piece.The overmantel, beneath the breakfront pediment, is centred by a finely carved deep sea dragon amidst swirling sea fronds and a sea serpent above which can be seen a prominent grotesque mask. The fire surround, with further swirling fronds and sea dragons on the frieze, is supported on plain jambs fronted by free standing, boldly carved male and female terms, beneath acanthus and cabuchon carvings, standing on pediments above tall stepped foot blocks. French circa 1870.

    Shown here with andirons SNo 12527 not included in the price.

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    width height depth
    external 63 38"
    161 cms
    126 1316"
    322 cms
    30 78"
    78.5 cms
    internal 40 316"
    102 cms
    39 38"
    100 cms
  • Stock: 14430

    A most attractive and tall Arts & Crafts Ash fireplace mantel with three inset repousse copper panels on the overmantel in the style of CFA Voysey, flanked by a pair of demi lune shelves and with slim free standing tapering columns supporting the high pediment resting on pedestal mounted footblocks. The Design Number 25732091 is stamped on the back. Photographed before cleaning and shown together with fire basket SNo 12594 not included in the price. English, possibly Scottish, circa 1910.

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    width height
    63 38"
    161 cms
    68 78"
    175 cms
    40 316"
    102 cms
    37 1316"
    96 cms
  • Stock: 10284

    A large 19th century antique oak chimneypiece mantel in the Jacobean style. The deeply moulded shelf is set above a double frieze, carved with birds, cherubs riding seahorses, and entwined acanthus leaves, flanked by roaring lion mask end blocks, supported by a pair of caryatids draped in robes in the form of pilasters with ionic capitals, embellished with lion masks and strap work. The fireplace opening is boarded by richly carved mouldings of egg and dart and acanthus.

    English mid 19th century, incorporating 17th and 18th century elements.

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    width height depth
    90 316"
    229 cms
    75 316"
    191 cms
    11 58"
    29.5 cms
    48 316"
    122.5 cms
    48 316"
    122.5 cms
  • Stock: 13603

    An unusually tall and imposing Gothic Revival antique trumeau fireplace surround. The elegant triple cluster columns with their finely carved capitals support a plain panelled frieze, above which is the large trumeau embellished with carved Gothic tracery, below a simple panelled upper frieze and cornice.
    French, circa 1900.

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    Width Height Depth
    External 80 1116"
    205 cms
    133 12"
    339 cms
    22 38"
    57 cms
    Internal 58 1116"
    149 cms
    55 78"
    142 cms
  • Stock: 13405

    A Grand Repousse Copper antique Fireplace Surround.
    Attributed to John Pearson (1859—1930) Master Coppersmith and founder member of the Guild of Handicrafts.

    This elaborately decorated fireplace on its mahogany ground follows a maritime theme depicting mythical sea creatures in the deep and Galleons riding the waves in rolling seas all typical of Pearson's work.
    English circa 1900.

    Notes: In early life John Pearson worked with William de Morgan developing his trademark designs and creations of mythological animals, birds, sea creatures, dragons and galleons, fanciful trees & fruit, all to be very evident throughout his life in his repousse copper work. In 1888 C R Ashbee, the designer and social idealist, offered him the chance to be a founder member of the Guild of Handicraft, a co-operative of Craftsmen being set up in Whitechapel, London and he accepted the offer. He resigned some years later following a dispute with his colleagues but continued to work independently mostly in repousse copper metalware, producing chargers, vases, firescreens, mirror frames and the like.

    Both Liberty and Morris sold his work in this period. In 1929, he closed his workshop and retired to Canvey Island in Essex where, a few months later, he died. At his death, his occupation was described as 'art connoisseur'.

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    Width Height Depth
    External 70 18"
    178 cms
    61"
    155 cms
    13 58"
    34.5 cms
    Internal 43 1116"
    111 cms
    42 18"
    107 cms
  • Stock: 13593

    MONUMENTAL VENETIAN BAROQUE:

    A superb highly ornate carved Walnut Chimneypiece. The architectural pediment, surmounted by a pair of reclining putti above a tympanum centred by a carved panel depicting Vulcans Forge, is flanked by figures of the twins Castor and Pollux known as the Dioskouri and the whole is supported on the shoulders of two massive carved figures of Atlas.The carving is typical of the nineteenth century Italian school, beautiful and seemingly effortless.
    Italian circa 1870.

    This piece was removed from a North American mansion together with
    an associated sideboard SNo13592, see last image. Both were almost
    certainly carved by Italian craftsmen and probably commissioned in
    the late 19th century.

    Notes: Vulcan was the Roman God of fire & volcanoes, metalworking, stone masonry, forges and the art of sculpture. In Greek mythology he was known as Hephaestus. He was the son of Juno and Jupiter and because he was born lame legend says that his mother being so displeased at the sight of him flung him out of heaven. He was, though, married to and deeply loved by Venus, the goddess of love and beauty.

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    Width Height Depth
    96 18"
    244 cms
    115"
    292 cms
    24"
    61 cms
    55 78"
    142 cms
    53 12"
    136 cms
  • Stock: 13838

    ART NOUVEAU BEAUTY An exceptional and rare carved oak Art Nouveau chimneypiece with an integral decorative cast iron hooded insert set between two red tiled panels beneath the centred embossed copper plaque. The carved athemion detail echoed on the insert and tiles, together with the graceful sweep of the arch framing the opening, flanked by twin slim reeded columns, is very typical of the designs of this period. English, circa 1900.

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    width height depth
    60 316"
    153 cms
    70 78"
    180 cms
    10 1316"
    27.5 cms
    17 1116"
    45 cms
    23 58"
    60 cms
  • Stock: 11291

    A small carved pine fireplace mantel in the Georgian manner of Robert Adam, the breakfront shelf above three rows of carved deta, the fluted frieze centred by a simple torchere and quiver plaque. The opening framed with carved floral detail.
    English, mid 19th century

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    width height depth
    External 45 316"
    114.8 cms
    46 1116"
    118.5 cms
    6 14"
    16 cms
    Internal 33 14"
    84.5 cms
    31 78"
    81 cms
  • Stock: 13584

    A large Renaissance style walnut chimneypiece, intricately carved in high relief. The panelled frieze, embellished with scrolling floral vines centred by a grotesque mask, is flanked with a pair of lion mask endblocks. The tapering pilaster jambs of traditional Jacobean Gothic design are resting on stepped footblocks. The chimneypiece has a tall pyramidal trumeau made in our workshops from original antique walnut.

    The chimneypiece is shown with a pair of beautifully carved beechwood Heraldic beasts a Lion and an Antelope. Each holds a scrolled cabuchon and is mounted on the shelf above the endblocks. The Lion and Antelope are incorporated into the Coat of Arms of the City of Manchester in North West England. Theis pair were originally part of a set together with a plaque of the Coat of Arms and were probably from one of the City’s municipal buildings. The Coat of Arms was granted to the City in 1842 and was derived from the arms of Henry IV.
    English, 1840s and later elements.

    Note: Heraldic Beasts ex SNo 13297. 102cm wide by 46cm deep at the top of the trumeau.

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    Width Height Depth
    External 75 1316"
    192.5 cms
    123"
    312.5 cms
    38"
    96.5 cms
    Internal 47"
    119.5 cms
    50"
    127 cms
  • Stock: 12526

    A substantial oak Fireplace Surround in the Arts & Crafts manner with richly carved sunflower adorrnnent in the panelled jambs which support the large shelf, carved frieze and other linear carved elements.
    (Shown with andirons SNo 12417, now sold, and a swan basket.)
    Circa 1880s.

    width height depth
    External 76 316"
    193.5 cms
    53 12"
    136 cms
    9 1316"
    25 cms
    Internal 37 38"
    95 cms
    36 58"
    93 cms
  • Stock: 13368

    JACOBEAN REVIVAL:
    A carved oak fireplace and overmantel in the Jacobean Revival manner, the overmantel with alternating Tudor roses and acanthus motifs above panelled arched niches either side of a strapwork panel centred by a cherubic mask and separated by tapering fluted columns with acanthus leaf corbels. The wide shelf, supported on two large corbels, above a decoratively carved frieze.The jambs of a more simplistic design with related tapering column motif and square footblocks.
    Recently removed from a farmhouse in Yorkshire.
    English mid 19th century.

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    Width Height Depth
    External 81 12"
    207 cms
    95 1116"
    243 cms
    16 12"
    42 cms
    Internal 51 316"
    130 cms
    43 18"
    109.4 cms
  • Stock: 13150

    WALNUT TRUMEAU:
    A Majestic Dutch Walnut Trumeau Chimneypiece from a house in the old centre of the City of Haarlem, Holland.

    Purportedly originally part of a panelled room in an 18th century manor house on the country estate of Landgoed Beeckestijn in the surrounding region, it was moved to the house in the City of Haarlem in the 1920's. Carved with Gothic Puginesque elements and fluted columns the elaborate cabuchon bears the monogram JB and is flanked by lion mask heads on the end blocks.
    Dutch, mid 19th century.

    Notes: The initials may be those of Jacob Boreel whose family owned the estate until the 1950s and who was responsible for major renovations to the house in the late 18th century. The manor was built on the edge of the dunes in the Kennemerland region as a summer residence for a wealthy Amsterdam regent. Badly damamged during World War II the manor subsequently underwent further extensive restoration.


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    Width Height Depth
    External 76"
    193 cms
    131 12"
    334 cms
    26 1316"
    68 cms
    Internal 48 316"
    122.5 cms
    34 58"
    88 cms
  • Stock: 13196

    A highly unusual Renaissance style carved and painted pine fire surround and overmantel in the Elizabethan manner with eight simulated leather panels depicting figures from Medieval times. The four panels on the frieze illustrate two scenes from court; one of a king and his minstrel; the second a jovial lord and jester; the other two illustrate domestic scenes; one of a lady sewing with her children playing beside her and the other of a lady spinning yarn with her cat beside her. The four on the jambs depict scantily clad water maidens each in various poses and bearing pitchers. The reeded frieze is centred with carved strapwork above an opening edged with foliate beaded decoration.
    English 1920s.

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    Width Height Depth
    External 75 316"
    191 cms
    74"
    188 cms
    8 18"
    20.5 cms
    Internal 40 316"
    102 cms
    35 1316"
    91 cms
  • Stock: 7097

    A large carved walnut trumeau chimneypiece in the Medieval style of Viollet-le-Duc, the moulded rectangular shelf with rounded corners, above a frieze carved with acanthus, ribbon and rope-twist decoration together with heraldic shields on the corners, the half column jambs with capitals carved with griffins and hunting dogs, with a later hood. Ingrounds not included.
    French, Circa 1860.

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    width height depth
    external 90 12"
    229.9 cms
    122 1316"
    312 cms
    31 1116"
    80.5 cms
    internal 54 14"
    138 cms
    49 58"
    126 cms
  • Stock: 10847

    THE GREEN MAN CHIMNEYPIECE:
    A large well carved oak chimneypiece in the English Jacobean manner. The overmantel with four fluted columns topped by ornate capitals enclosing two rows of three panels, the central panel depicting the emotive Green Man Mask above a row of three Gothic niche. The fireplace frieze, flanked by similar fluted columns and capitals, is carved with Celtic strapwork. English, part 17th century, rebuilt in the early 19th century with matching elements.

    Notes: The Green Man motif is usually depicted as a face surrounded by or made from leaves and sprouting branches or vines, surrounded by flowers or fruit. It often be found as a decorative architectural ornament or carving in churches. It has many variations and is found in many cultures from many ages around the world, He is primarily interpreted as a symbol of rebirth, representing the cycle of growth each spring.

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    Width height Depth
    Overall 66 12"
    169 cms
    101 58"
    258 cms
    11 1316"
    30 cms
    Internal 35 1316"
    91 cms
    41 18"
    104.5 cms
  • Stock: 12796

    A substantial satinwood inlaid mahogany Edwardian fireplace the substantial shelf supported on scrolled brackets, the frieze decorated with inlaid satinwood bellflower and ribbon swags, the jambs with descending inlaid satinwood bellflowers.
    English, early 20th century.

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    Width Height Depth
    External 65 1116"
    167 cms
    47 38"
    120.5 cms
    10 38"
    26.5 cms
    Internal 45 78"
    116.5 cms
    36"
    91.5 cms
  • Stock: 11256

    An English carved pine chimneypiece in the mid Georgian English Rococo manner. The straight shelf undermoulding carved with oak leaves, shells and scrolled floral motifs over the central female mask tablet looking to Sinistre ( left ) flanked by carved acanthus leaf on the Ogee shaped frieze , large egg & dart above and around the opening the jambs supported either side by scrolled floral brackets. Shown without marble or slate ingrounds for the dog-leg opening. English 19th century.

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    width height depth
    67 78"
    172.5 cms
    57 12"
    146 cms
    6 1116"
    17 cms
    50 1316"
    129 cms
    45 14"
    115 cms
  • Stock: 12576

    " AWAY TO NEWMARKET " This delicately carved oak Jacobean chimneypiece is attributed to the provenance of the original Royal Palace built by King James Ist in Newmarket in 1606-10, from which time Newmarket became the “Resort of Kings “as the centre of horse racing which is still known as “ The Sport of Kings “. The Royal Palace was the smallest of King James's palaces and cost £ 20,000 to build.

    James Ist was the first to import an Arab stallion into England for racing. Later, around 1724, three Arab stallions were imported and crossbred with English mares to produce the thoroughbred horse from which all thoroughbred horses worldwide are descended...The original horses were named after their owners: the Darley Arabian, the Godolphin Arabian and the Byerley Turk.

    The first Newmarket Royal Palace built by James I from which this chimneypiece orginates was succeeded by another palace built by James' grandson Charles II of which the present Palace House is the surviving element.

    Please note the image of an advert published in 1934 from Hotspur Antiques which advertises this same chimneypiece as being " from a Stuart King's palace near Newmarket, Suffolk" The original 1606-10 Royal Newmarket Palace was neglected and later destroyed during the Commonwealth / Republic period of Oliver Cromwell. The chimneypiece would have gone into royal custody. It was bought by us on the Isle of Wight where it's provenance was believed to be that it came from a house on the Osborne estate of Queen Victoria.

    Shown with 12570, a 19th century Clipsham fossil stone, Jacobean Revival interior / bolection. English, early 17th century.

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    width height depth
    External 104 1116"
    266 cms
    95 1116"
    243 cms
    8 1116"
    22 cms
    Internal 76 1316"
    195 cms
    54 78"
    139.5 cms
  • Stock: 12311

    A large High Victorian carved oak chimneypiece in the Italian Renaissance manner. The straight shelf with repeating carved acanthus leaf detail over dentil mouldings over lamb's tongue carved detail. Under this is the panelled frieze and endblocks with symbolic carved detail in each panel depicting the four seasons: Putti for Spring, a Venerable Sage for Winter, flanking the long central panels with high relief carved cornucopia of fruit and other products of the land. The jamb panels carved with land game on the one side and fish on the other. English, circa 1880.

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    Width Height Depth
    External 84 58"
    215 cms
    67 78"
    172.5 cms
    12 38"
    31.5 cms
    Internal 28 14"
    72 cms
    44 18"
    112 cms
  • Stock: 12511

    An unusual boldly carved oak chimneypiece in the Neo Gothic manner of A.W.N. Pugin (1812-1852). The contoured shelf over the open clover leaf frieze, flanked by typical Pugin oak leafage decoration, supported on multi column jambs. Image before restoration and polished revival.
    English, mid 19th century.

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    width height depth
    External 61 58"
    156.5 cms
    60"
    152.5 cms
    12 58"
    32 cms
    Internal 42 18"
    107 cms
    43 78"
    111.5 cms
  • Stock: 12430

    AN IMPOSING LARGE CARVED OAK WOOD CHIMNEYPIECE in the English Renaissance / Jacobean Revival manner. The broad shelf carved with vine leaves and grapes, over the frieze carved from the solid with typical scrolling strapwork centred by an oval medallion, flanked on either side by twin plain pilasters topped with gadrooned capitals. The opening is contained within a slow medieval arch centred by a small keystone. English, mid to late 19th century.

    Provenance: Removed from a substantial 19th century house in Bristol.

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    Width Height Depth
    External 77"
    195.5 cms
    52"
    132 cms
    10 58"
    27 cms
    Internal 47 58"
    121 cms
    35 38"
    90 cms
  • Stock: 12121

    A Large Jacobean Period Carved Oak Chimneypiece & Overmantel with its original dark patinated finish.The overmantel with cluster columns and arched panels above the deep panelled fireplace frieze set with four substantial fearsome masks on the fireplace frieze all raised on flattened reeded pilaster jambs.
    English circa 1650.

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    width overall height depth
    external 81 14"
    206.5 cms
    97 316"
    247 cms
    7 1116"
    19.5 cms
    internal 58 18"
    147.5 cms
    44 1116"
    113.5 cms
  • Stock: 11920

    State of the Art French Louis XV Rococo abundance.

    A very rare Louis XV carved limewood Rococo chimneypiece. England. The overall grandly contoured limewood form is embellished with high relief boldy carved scrolled and floral detail, counterpointed with much delightful delicate low relief detail on the borders and corners. The undulating serpentine shelf rests above a frieze dominated almost entirely by the Rocaille cartouche which is flanked by C scrolled endblocks supported on flamboyant scrolled, florally festooned console jambs seated on plain footblocks.
    English, circa 1760.

    Notes: The name limewood derives from Old English and German Linde and was the classic wood used by sculptors since the Middle Ages for its good carving qualities.

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    width height depth
    External 78 1116"
    200 cms
    56 78"
    144.5 cms
    15 78"
    40.5 cms
    Internal 52 58"
    133.5 cms
    45 1116"
    116 cms
  • Stock: 11646

    A LARGE PERIOD ENGLISH MID GEORGIAN CHIMNEYPIECE RICHLY CARVED in pine and limewood. The wide breakfronted shelf supported over the large frieze which is centred by an intricately carved centre tablet depicting in high relief a basket of fruit and flowers with attendant birds, flanked by larger scale floral scrolling on the side panels. The whole is supported on scrolled jambs, also richly adorned with high relief carved floral detail. English Rococo, mid 18th century. Dimensions without black & gold Portoro marble ingrounds are: External Width 178.8cms, 70.4" External Height 120.7cms, 47.2" External Depth 25.1cms, 9.9" Internal Width 122.5 cms, 48.3" Internal Height 85.5cms, 33.8"

    width height depth
    External 70 38"
    178.8 cms
    55 58"
    141.2 cms
    10"
    25.5 cms
    Internal 36 38"
    92.5 cms
    41 1116"
    106 cms
  • Stock: 12280

    A large pine and limewood chimneypiece in the mid 18th century Palladian manner. The breakfront shelf above a richly carved frieze, centred by a plaque depicting a crowd of putti wrestling with a goat, with vine and grape swags either side and finely carved egg and dart and Vitruvian detail above and below, is flanked by elaborate wine flagons on the endblocks. The jambs topped by large acanthus brackets above male masks holding tumbling garlands in their mouths.
    English, circa 1880.

    Note: The central plaque is remarkably similar to a marble relief in the Galleria Doria Pamphili, Rome carved by the Flemish Baroque sculptor François Duquesnoy (1597 - 1643). A terracotta version of it was set into the triptych panel incorporated into the chimneypiece in The Painted Room at Spencer House, London, in the 1760s.

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    Width Height Depth
    external 82 1116"
    210 cms
    66 38"
    168.6 cms
    7 78"
    20 cms
    Internal 48 38"
    123 cms
    47 316"
    120 cms
  • Stock: 12118

    A finely carved oak chimneypiece and overmantel in the English Renaissance Elizabethan manner. The gadrooned cornice is set above the many panelled overmantel. This series of panels of varying formats carved with Vitruvian scroll and other period decoration with spirally supported shelves either side. The two main panels showing a noblewoman with a captured dragon facing satyrs. Beneath the well-proportioned shelf with double Guilloche carved detail on the frieze between and Venetian styled capitals, the carved panels on the jambs open to reveal shelves within.

    Provenance: A small oval brass plate attached at the back with the details Hewetson, Milner & Thexton Ltd, House Furnishers, Tottenham Court Road, London.
    English, late 19th century.

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    width overall height depth
    81 12"
    207 cms
    100 38"
    255 cms
    13"
    33 cms
    48 1316"
    124 cms
    36 58"
    93 cms
  • Stock: 12253

    A tall Louis XV carved walnut Rococo fireplace and overmantel mirror. Integral with the mirror is the florally carved framed still life oil painting of a " Paniere des fleurs au jardin " .The original mirror-plate now resilvered.
    French, late 19th century.

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    width height depth
    57 12"
    146 cms
    117 14"
    298 cms
    16 78"
    43 cms
  • Stock: 12186

    A DELICATELY CARVED OAK CHIMNEYPIECE WITH OVERMANTLE IN THE BAROQUE MANNER.The overmantle richly carved from the solid with the scrolled top pediment centred by a palmette and flanked by great laurel branches supporting three flat plinths. Prettily draped around the central enamelled clockface are Forget-Me-Nots and ribbons, the shelf supported on scrolled end-brackets, flanking the olive branch, carved frieze detail, which is centred by a large cartouche carved with a 'D'. French, Napoleon III era,19th century.

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    width height depth
    external 57 12"
    146 cms
    68 18"
    173 cms
    11 1316"
    30 cms
    internal 33 12"
    85 cms
    30 1116"
    78 cms
  • Stock: 12137

    A SMALL AND CHARMING OAK CHIMNEYPIECE IN THE GEORGE II MANNER. Perfect for a study, bedroom or intimate salon.The barrel frieze is centred by a tablet carved with laurel leaf draped swags, with continuous delicate moulding matching that of the shelf. Image before revival of the polish.

    English, 19th century.
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    width height
    External 61 12"
    156.2 cms
    51"
    129.5 cms
    Internal 35 316"
    89.5 cms
    35 316"
    89.5 cms
  • Stock: 12157

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    A DELICATE ART NOUVEAU FIREPLACE WITH BEVELLED GLASS ovemantel mirror. in two sections, veneered in walnut and with exquiste intricate floral and Pollard walnut Marquetry patterns, framed ingeniously twisted carved jambs and uprights... very much in the manner of Hector Guimard. Preliminary image before restoration. French, Circa 1920.

    width height depth
    42 78"
    109 cms
    96 78"
    246 cms
    15 38"
    39 cms
    26"
    66 cms
    33 18"
    84 cms
  • Stock: 11804

    A large carved oak chimneypiece in the Italian Renaissance Revival manner. The wide moulded shelf sits over the barrel frieze which is carved with floral designs and strapwork and flanked by lion masks at each end. This is supported on scrolled capitaled fluted columns with typical carved lower sections in the Venetian manner. The under frieze between these is carved in three stylised floral panels. With restorations. Mid 19th century.

    Link to: Antique Renaissance, Gothic Tudor Fireplace mantels and Chimneypieces: 1260 - 1600

    Width Height Depth
    External 75"
    190.5 cms
    67 316"
    170.8 cms
    13 1316"
    35 cms
    Internal 34 14"
    87 cms
    36 58"
    93 cms
  • Stock: 11800

    An extraordinary large Art Deco carved oak trumeau chimneypiece in the Renaissance Revival manner. The upward tapering overmantel with descending carved fruit detail either side under the cornice, with carved swag adornment, centeed by a shield, with tapering plinths at either end of the central shelf, over the frieze carved with similar fruit detail, supported on shaped jambs. Image before restoration.

    French 1930s.

    Link to: Antique Victorian, William IV, Arts and Crafts, Aesthetic, Art Nouveau mantels and Art Deco fireplaces and chimneypieces.

    Width Height Depth
    External 63 38"
    161 cms
    128"
    325 cms
    Internal 35 1316"
    91 cms
    33 78"
    86 cms
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