Chimneypieces | Victorian | Stock No: 15441

A painted black slate Victorian fireplace



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Stock No.15441

A Victorian black slate arched fireplace, painted with intertwining Ivy and white Jasmine. The symbolism of flowers was a popular theme in Victorian Britain, with flowers adopted as symbols across the decorative arts. The art of floriography as it was called, was used to convey messages through the language of flowers. Ivy for example, represented eternity, fidelity and friendship. White jasmine, purity and amiability.
Original hand painted decoration.
English, circa 1870.

3000
£

Listed Price: £3,000 ( + vat in EU zone )

Width Height Depth
External 61 1316"
157 cms
43 1116"
111.1 cms
11 1316"
30 cms
Internal 34 14"
87 cms
33 1116"
85.5 cms

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