The Stone Collection

Stone has been the most favoured material for architecture from the earliest times. Its warm colour and rugged texture make it ideal for fireplaces of every period.
Stirling
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A striking design of elegant simplicity with a strong architectural form, the Stirling incorporates a corniced mantel shelf and bolection moulding in the frieze and jambs. Shown in Italian Bianco Avorio limestone with Glass Globe fire dogs, Universal fire basket for dogs and black slate hearth and slips.
Fiorenza
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The Fiorenza is a copy of a Renaissance stone chimneypiece. It displays delicate carved detail to the pilasters and frieze and a generously proportioned mantel shelf. It is shown in limestone with Chesney's unique Herringbone brick interior panels and forged steel Burton andirons with Morris fire basket for dogs and matching limestone hearth.
Kedleston
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The Kedleston is a handsome chimneypiece that employs sparing detail to achieve its effect. The fluted frieze panels flank a plain centre tablet that sits beneath a breakfront corniced shelf. Carved in limestone, it is shown with the forged steel Morris fire basket and Reeded cast iron interior panels, black slate hearth and slilps.
Vincenza
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A limestone chimneypiece of Italianate design and impressive proportions with elegant console jambs and a generous mantel shelf. Shown in Bathstone with Burton andirons, Ducksnest grate for dogs and black slate hearth and slips.
Marseilles
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An 18th century Provincial French design of simple form with console jambs, plain frieze and generous mantel shelf. This is a design seen in chateaux and manor houses throughout France. It is shown in Bathstone with Burton andirons, Swansnest grate and matching three piece hearth.
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