Napoleon III style fireplace. This fireplace has vividly manifested the eclecticism of the era. The rocaille mild form of the fireplace is combined with “stiff” material such as bronze. Theatrical pathos of the Empire style. Instead of the shell there is a cartouche in the center of fireplace to place the owner’s monogram. The bronze gilded elements lend a special splendor and solemnity to the fireplace.
It is a reproduction of a fireplace from the Louvre Museum in Paris. In all likelihood, the original dates back to 1849. It was made of unique Diaspro di Sicilia marble used in the construction of the Palace of Versailles. Now its production is limited. The deliveries are quite troublesome, especially given the color of the marble and the size of the fireplace.
Fireplace cost is on demand.