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John Nash Statuary Marble

An early 19th century and later statuary marble chimney-piece of elegant proportions, designed by John Nash. The jambs are surmounted by boldly carved acanthus leaf paterae and the jamb and frieze panels are in the form of sunken moulded panels.
The chimney-piece had been in storage having been removed from one of the rooms of 38 Hannover Terrace in the 1960s.

Aperture Height: 38 ¼”                972mm
Aperture Width:38 5/8”                982mm
Cornice Width:62 ¾”                    1594mm
Cornice Depth:9 1/4”                     235mm
Height:46 5/8”                                1184mm
Slab Width:59 3/4″”                       1518mm