The term “architectural” is used to describe a fireplace which is well proportioned and which has clearly defined strong lines.

The chimneypieces in the Chesney’s Architectural Collection are varied in style and incorporate many of the most popular classical architectural devices including Ionic and Doric pilasters, a broken pediment, bolection moulding and console jambs.

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  • The Durham

    The Durham is a limestone mantel of robust appearance with paneled pilasters terminating in carved corbels.

  • The Vanbrugh

    The Vanbrugh is a Palladian design that incorporates a broken pediment above a corniced shelf, both elements .....

  • The Chambers

    The Chambers is an imposing mantel with engaged columns, doric capitals and breakfront corniced shelf.

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