Burgundy Stone Marble Fireplace From Burgundy. Louis XV Period flag

Burgundy Stone Marble Fireplace From Burgundy. Louis XV Period
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"Burgundy Stone Marble Fireplace From Burgundy. Louis XV Period"
BURGUNDY FIREPLACE STONE BEIGE ROSEE REGION CORTON. circa 1730 Beautiful model with foliated asymmetrical decoration adorned at its center with an exploded grenade. Legs with pedestals, well molded cartridges, carved with scallops. Acanthus leaves on the corners and an eventful cut-out corbin beak molding clearly visible on the last photo taken before dismantling. Mixed decor regency louis 15, we are in transition, the asymmetric grenade still wisely carved announces the arrival of the rockery style. Provenance: Yonne castle dismantled after the war and then farmhouse of the same owner of the Morvan to this day. Very good condition, a small glue glued reported on the molding of a jamb. Overall dimensions 126cm, length 173.5. thickness of the jambs + - 9.5 dimensions of the hearth: 146.5 x 105. Feel free to ask us for any detail. VERY IMPORTANT: TRANSPORT 100 KM MAXIMUM INCLUDED IN THE PRICE FOR DRC DELIVERY AT THE END OF THE TRUCK. ANY OTHER DISTANCE AND CONFIGURATION OF POSSIBLE DELIVERY ON PREVIOUS QUOTE.
Price : 6500 €
Artist : Tailleur De Pierre
Period:18th century
Style:Louis 15th, Transition
Condition : Très bon état

Material : Pierre marbrière / bourgogne / corton rosé
Length: 173
Height : 126

Reference : 356569
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