The Clandon fireplace, carved in limestone, is based on a Queen Anne design from the beginning of the 18th century.
Carved in limestone and based on a Queen Anne design, it combines a robust bolection moulding with a corniced shelf and will suit both period and a contemporary interiors.
A limestone chimneypiece of early 18th century design with incised panels and a central keystone very often found in panelled rooms.
An early 18th century Limestone chimneypiece with an architrave moulding with central keystone beneath a frieze with robustly carved swags of drapery suspended from medallions.
The Athenian is manufactured in statuary marble with Etruscan Gold centre tablet and ingrounds. This is a chimneypiece of strong architectural form and good proportions.
A mid 18th century chimneypiece in statuary marble with breakfront corniced shelf and incorporating a bolection moulding framing the aperture beneath a semi barrel frieze with plain projecting centre tablet.
A fine example of mid 18th Century design with robustly carved acanthus corbels with floral centre tablet with statuary marble ingrounds.
The Blenheim is a grand fireplace in the style of William Chambers. It has fluted pilasters with Ionic capitals and a frieze which incorporates a central tablet with an urn and foliage.
A handsome Georgian chimneypiece that displays the popular 18th century device of inlaying a contrasting marble within a statuary marble field.
An 18th century neo-classical chimneypiece which shows the influence of Robert Adam.
A mid 18th century chimneypiece with moulded dog leg jambs, a repeat frieze carved with stiff leaf acanthus and a corniced shelf featuring a tier of crisp egg and dart carving.
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.