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  • 13763: ECHOES OF PUGINA carved limestone Gothic Revival chimneypiece in the manner of AWN Pugin. The generous concave moulded and rope twist shelf above stylised flowers restsover the deeply moulded arched o

  • 10854: A large carved oak fireplace surround in the Italian Rebaissance manner. The breakfronted shelf with carved decoration over twin inset, carved panels on the frieze with putti holding urns amidst scrol

  • 13661: A tall, boldly carved, columned walnut trumeau fireplace surround in the Renaissance style. The upper frieze, with a central cartouche flanked by floral scrolls, is set above the main frieze upon whic

  • 12171: A Neo Gothic composition stone chimneypiece the frieze, with bold Gothic tracery beneath a gerneous moulded shelf, is flanked by stylised turret corbels, the jambs are decorated with more bold Gothic

  • 9137: HONI SOIT QUI MAL Y PENSE:  An imposing and richly carved large stone chimneypiece in the Italian Renaissance manner. The well proportioned shelf carved with delicate ' fenestration ' over bold scaled

  • 13530: A Tudor style  arched limestone fireplace of beautiful proportion with an unusual stepped rectangular mantel, cavetto moulding, starpoint spandrels and bosses to the aperture.English late 19th century

  • 11408: A heavily carved oak Chimneypiece in the Jacobean manner. The frieze centred with a mask of a crowned king flanked by floral festoons and endblock paterae, the jambs with tumbling floral and fruit fes

  • 13572: 'PLUM PUDDING'.A rare Irish Gothic Revival Fossil chimneypiece of the Regency Period carvedin reddish brown Armagh Marble. The deeply moulded shelf of this imposing chimneypiece has projecting podiums

  • 13549: A large and impressive slow arched Tudor Gothic style stone fireplace, with the original ornately carved Oak top mantel shelf. English late 19th early 20th century. 

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  • 10564: A tall 17th century and later, carved oak fireplace surround & overmantel. The surround with fluted corinthian column jambs and a cushioned mantel shelf, the overmantel with two quartered panels separ

  • 13811: A small Tudor Revival Chimneypiece carved in distressed limestone the simple shelf above a gentle Tudor style arched opening flanked by a pair of quatrafoil each with stylised foliate decoration, the

  • 6549: A fine tall French Renaissance style carved chimneypiece with a stepped shelf above a boldly carved frieze centred with a beautiful female Grecian head flanked by monogrammed cabuchon on the endlbocks

  • 10013: A large Yorkstone Chimneypiece in the Jacobean Revival manner with twin shields on the spandrels carved with mythical hounds bearing olive branches similar to those found on the City of Hull Coat of A

  • 13360: A large and highly carved 19th century Renaissance style Oak fireplace with a substantial frieze and plain central shield cartouche flanked by crowned rampant lions, the jambs decorated with strapwork

  • 11650: A low and wide carved limestone English Gothic style chimneypiece with a deeply moulded opening and substantial footblocks. English early 19th century.  

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  • 11189: A simple carved limestone Tudor Gothic style fireplace surround with a substantial shelf over a pediment opening. English, 1900.  

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  • 13484: A large, wide & sturdy oak fireplace surround in the English Jacobean manner, highly carved with bold Pagan figures on the jambs supporting the finger fluted three panelled frieze, flanked by grostesq

  • 9318: A most striking and impressively tall Flemish, High Renaissance style chimneypiece in Polished Black Fossil and Red Griotte marble. The gadrooned carved shelf and low relief frieze decorated with alte

  • 13397: A small 19th century Carrara Marble Chimneypiece in the Italian Renaissance Manner richly carved in high relief, together with it’s original cast iron insert.The frieze, centred by a merman and mermai

  • 8864: GRAND PALMETTES: A very grand Italian Renaissance fireplace mantel. This impressive antique chimneypiece in white Statuary marble is richly carved with lamb'/s tongue detail on the top shelf with moul

  • 13196: A highly unusual Renaissance style carved and painted pine fire surroundand overmantel in the Elizabethan manner with eight simulated leather panels illustrating Medieval scenes.The four panels on the

  • 12794: A small decoratively carved oak fireplace in the Jacobean Revival manner with a substantial castellated shelf and later top, bold carved leaf adornment on the frieze, a pair of bearded caryatid on the

  • 13001: A finely carved small oak fireplace and overmantel in the Jacobean Revival manner. The galleried overmantel set with six panelled niches separated by barley twist columns above two original inlaid mar
  • 12928: An impressive Gothic Revival Fire Surround in lightly veined Carrara Marble. The simple moulded shelf set above a pointed arched opening and with typical Gothic tracery carvings on the frieze, the end

  • 4721: A rare Venetian Gothic Renaissance antique fireplace mantel from the fifteenth century. This extremely rare chimneypiece is carved in Pietra d’Istria marble from the Istrian Peninsula near Venice and

  • 12570: A substantial Tudor Revival Derbyshire Fossil Limestone chimneypiece in the Neo-Gothic manner. The spandrels are carved with scrolled roses and shields, futher carved detail on the jambs with the date

  • 12687: HERALDIC BAROQUE:  An imposing carved Bath Stone fireplace surround and overmantel in the English Neo Baroque manner. The frieze beneath the breakfront shelf centred by a scrolled Heraldic cartouche d

  • 11453: A large Arts and Crafts carved oak chimneypiece and overmantel in the Jacobean Gothic Revival manner, ensuite with the linenfold pannelling SNo 11432. The top breakfront cornice with four projecting p

  • 12511: An unusual bodly 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, su

  • 12548: An imposing Victorian Neo Gothic Chimneypiece mantel in lightly veined English Marble with a half hexagonal column plinth centrally on the frieze and inset Gothic tracery panelled jambs supporting the

  • 12545: AN IMPOSING VICTORIAN NEO GOTHIC CHIMNEYPIECE in Kilkenny black fossil marble There is a half hexagonal central plinth on the frieze together with the inset tracery Gothic panelled jambs supporting th

  • 12493: A tall 19th century walnut chimneypiece and overmantel in the French Renaissance  Revival manner.The panelled overmantel shown without a painting or tapestry in the space provided. The upper frieze fl

  • 12121: A Large Jacocbean 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

  • 12216: A substantial Victorian carved Caen stone and marble chimneypiece in the Neo Gothic manner, surmounted by a pitched roof overmantel hood carved with pantiles with a scrolled and florally crested pedim

  • 7873: A large Ashburton marble fireplace surround in the Tudor Gothic manner,  in figured grey marble with deliciate pink and white veining and with deeply recessed mouldings above the footblocks and under

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A large Selection of Antique Renaissance Chimneypieces in carved Oak, Mahogany and Walnut, Stone and Marble


The term Renaissance here covers other related and adjacent periods and styles in different regions for convenience. Antique Italian Renaissance fireplaces are still to be found in the Palazzo’s and Villa’s of Venice and Florence particularly. Antique Elizabethan, Tudor and Jacobean English and Scottish fireplace mantels likewise can be found in many a great English, Scottish & Irish, later also American Country or Town House, Residence or Palace. Gothic architecture and style preceded Renaissance and later of course there were the Neo Gothic, Renaissance, Jacobean and Tudor Revival 18th and 19th century periods when a style or pastiche of a style or styles became fashionable in traditional projects, or providing impressive counterpoint or as statement pieces in modern interiors as is still the case today.

Our antique Renaissance fireplaces, Tudor Gothic, Elizabethan, Jacobean and Tudor Revival period mantels and chimneypieces include marble, carved stone and crafted wooden examples.