A well proportioned English Regency stone fire surround. The jambs with Greek key panels surmounted by carved brackets of classical form. The frieze carved with carved classical urn to centre above a reeded shelf. First quarter of the 19th century. Additional Dimensions Opening Height 105.5 cm Opening Width 95 cm
A large Yorkstone statue of Emma, Lady Hamilton (26 April 1765 – 15 January 1815) who was an English model and actress, best remembered as the mistress of Lord Nelson and as the muse of portrait artist George Romney. This statue was carved by sculptor William Bradshaw for The Port Admiral Hotel, Preston, built 1854,
A late Georgian period surround constructed from pine, with a painted finish. Salvaged from a Townhouse in Norfolk. Additional Dimensions Opening Height 104 cm Opening Width 109 cm Width between outside of foot blocks 131 cm
An antique Neoclassical style fire surround constructed from pine, with applied gesso (composition) decoration. Additional Dimensions Opening height 103 cm Opening width 104.5 cm Width between outside of foot blocks 135 cm
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.