A 19th century Italianate style fireplace carved from Istrian stone with semi-precious inlaid marbles. The frieze panel inlaid with Egyptian Imperial red Porphyry, Ancient Green Peloponnesian Porphyry and lazurite, supported on similarly panelled jambs. The jambs surmounted by carved ionic capitals. Attributed to Sir Charles Barry and Thomas Allom. A near identical example can be
Lighting; A very unusual pair of English wrought iron lamp stands. These light stands are suitable for internal or external use. Each blacksmith made using traditional fire welding. Additional Dimensions Each approximately 65 x 65 x 250 cm Widest point of base 65 x 65 cm (triangle) 186 kg for both.
A collection of early 19th century bull eye end blocks, taken from damaged fireplaces and used to create a wall display. Additional Dimensions The largest are 16.2 x 16.2 cm The smallest 11.2 x 10.2 cm Depth varies between 4 – 5 cm
A Late Georgian style carved pine fire surround, the frieze depicting foliage and mythical creatures, centred by an urn. Additional Dimensions Opening Height 104 cm Opening Width 112-123 cm Width between outside of the foot blocks 139 cm
A George III pine fire surround with composition (Gesso) detailing. This surround was reclaimed from a house in Caterham. Additional Dimensions Opening Height 99 cm Opening Width 115.5 cm Width between outside of foot blocks 146 cm
An antique carved pine fire surround in the early Georgian / Palladian style of William Kent. Carved with female mask and drapery to the frieze, lion mask end blocks and drapes to the jambs. Breakfront shelf with egg and dart mouldings. Additional Dimensions Opening Height 107 cm Opening Width 100 cm Width Between The Outside
A pair of late 18th century English carved limestone garden urns from Aske Hall, North Yorkshire, dispersed as part of a three day auction sale in 1994. The bowls carved in high relief, with floral swags and masks, standing on squared socles.
A set of twenty one antique interlocking buff terracotta Gibbs and Canning planters and troughs, reclaimed from a property in Belgravia, London. These can be used to make a continuous run of planters, other shapes, or used as single planters. This is certainly the largest original set of antique planters we have seen, in our
This early 2oth century Georgian style fire surround was salvaged from a large house in Claygate, Surrey. Carved from white statuary marble, with contrasting Maurin Green Marble bands, it features carved urn end blocks and centre tablet, fluted jambs and frieze panel. Additional Dimensions Opening Height 90.5 cm Opening Width 90 cm Width between outside of legs
This antique Aphrodite or ‘Crouching Venus’ sculpture is based upon the Roman sculpture in the Royal Collection which was acquired by Charles I from the Gonzaga collection in Mantua. Sourced from a private collection in Oxfordshire.
A finely carved 18th century English white marble chimney-piece centre tablet of Neoclassical Design, circa 1788. Reclaimed from Silwood Park, a Neoclassical Country House designed by architect Robert Mitchell (1770-1809).