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Breccia Viola

A reproduction marble chimney-piece in Breccia Viola marble. This is a copy of a type commonly found in many ground and 1st floor level rooms within early 18th century London town houses of the period 1710 to late 1720s.The jamb panels are simply moulded and the frieze has a projecting, fluted, tablet. The marble is related to one of the more ornamental marbles used during the period, the “purple” marble quarried from Seravezza. The depth of the slab is in keeping with depths found within smaller town houses of this period.

Aperture Width:        31 1/2″               800 mm

Cornice Width:          48 7/8″              1243 mm

Cornice Depth:          7/8″                23 mm

Height:                       48″                    1221 mm

Width:                        48 7/8”″            1243 mm

Slab Width:               51 1/8″              1298 mm  (x 30mm x 458mm)