A Louis XVI design in white marble with fielded panels framed by finely carved pearl beading to the frieze and corner blocks, the latter sitting above stop fluted console jambs.
The Fiorenza is a copy of a Renaissance stone chimney piece. It displays delicate carved detail to the pilasters and frieze and a generously proportioned mantel shelf.
A French style marble chimneypiece of 18th century design having carved rosettes on the corner blocks above console jambs headed by Acanthus leaf carvings and incorporating carved wreath and trailing foliage to the frieze.
A new addition to Chesneys French Collection, La Rochelle displays delicate carved detail beneath a serpentine shelf.
A handsome example of an en trumeau cheminee from the reign of Louis XIII, incorporating a bolection mould framing the fire chamber, with an oval medallion flanked by ionic pilasters within the overmantel.
An 18th century Provincial French design of simple form with console jambs, plain frieze and generous mantel shelf.
An English chimneypiece that copies the French style whilst retaining the taller proportions typical of an English chimneypiece.
A small French style marble chimneypiece of 18th century design having moulded panels to the frieze and jambs beneath a serpentine shelf.
A serpentine fronted chimneypiece of the Louis XV period with carved central cartouche.
We have worked closely with Ivett & Reed for some years now and can not fault their quality and workmanship, which is of the highest standard.