"Stone Fireplace Louis XIV"Fireplace stone Lucenay (Rhone) cut in the seventeenth century period Louis XIV, a fine example of folk art for this fireplace of small size for the time, its lintel, covered with a generous torus highlighting the hanger of his fireplace, is provided with a diamond-tipped table at its ends, it rests on straight feet with reserve adorned with a leaf and a double-lobed table. The left jamb has been carefully restored. Its total depth is 74 cm for a useful depth of 54 cm, it can be cut on demand. Its length to the body is 129 cm. The dimensions of his hearth are 99 cm wide and 90 cm high.