Chimneypieces | Renaissance | Stock No: 10014

A limestone Gothic Revival fireplace mantel.


Stock No.10014

A very large Tudor Gothic Revival chimneypiece in Painswick Limestone, possibly by T. H. Wyatt 1807-1880, a contemporary of Pugin. The frieze and canted ends are carved with nine Quatrefeuille under a concave moulded shelf with likewise nine carved floral motifs in the Pugin style of Oak leaves, over a Gothic arch with oakleaf carved spandrels.Shown in the last frame below with 10015, the original fire grate.

Provenance: Wyke House, near Trowbridge, Wiltshire, home of the Hammond Family19th century cloth mill owners in Trowbridge, demolished in the 1950s.
English, mid 19th century.

Width Height Depth
External 90 78"
230.9 cms
70 78"
180 cms
15 1116"
40 cms
Internal 55 18"
140 cms
43 78"
111.4 cms

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

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