An early Architectural Palladian, Irish chimneypiece of black Kilkenny marble, with moulded tiered shelf and plain frieze centered with an uncarved tablet. The pilaster jambs incised with rounded arched decoration, each capped with scrolling brackets, circa 1745.
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57.75 in. H x 70.5 in. W x 8 in. D
147 cm H x 179 cm W x 20 cm D
London, United Kingdom
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