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Derbyshire Fossil Hall

A Derbyshire Fossil copy of a circa 1800 Regency Period Hall Chimney-piece.

This is a contemporary copy of a very early 19th century, Greek revival, hall chimney-piece of extraordinary elegance. It comes complete with a matching Derbyshire marble slab. This type of design became popular in the first decade of the 19th century and a related design (featured below) was published by the architect W. F. Pocock within his “Modern Finishings for Rooms:” 1811.

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Aperture Width:        38 7/8″               987 mm

Cornice Width:          54 7/8″              1395 mm

Cornice Depth:          3 7/8″                99 mm

Height:                       51″                    1295 mm

Width:                        53 3/16″            1352 mm

Slab Width:               57 3/4″              1457 mm  (x 30mm x 463mm)