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.
LINK TO : Antique Renaissance, Gothic Tudor Fireplace mantels and Chimneypieces: 1260 - 1600