A large and grand Renaissance Revival chimneypiece in Walnut. The inverted breakfront overmantel has a large cornice, which is supported by twin Corinthian freestanding columns. These flank the panelled frieze, which is centred by a beautiful panel carved with fantastical putti holding cornucopia, from which mythical birds pluck fruit. This large overmantel sits above the main chimneypiece, which is also a grand affair. The frieze is evenly placed with both triglyphs and biglyphs between finely carved foliate panels in low relief. Fluted and collared columns on large footblocks support the shelf.
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