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Antique Carved Stone Chimneypiece from King Edward VII Hospital London


A rustic English Stone Fireplace reclaimed from the entrance hall reception of the world-famous King Edward VII Hospital in London.

Elegant spandrels featuring a carved decoration of foliage to the corners. This frames the softly rounded opening that meets via a central keystone. The moulded and carved jambs are surmounted by an arched frieze.

A very special piece reclaimed from a Central London location with significant history and association with the British Royal Family.

The Antique Carved Stone Chimneypiece has been gently restored to retain integrity.

The Fireplace has been photographed with one of our Antique Cast Iron Fire Baskets.

Overall Width: 173cm
Depth: 15cm
Overall Height: 124cm
Opening: 104 Tall X 138cm Wide
Width of Jamb: 18cm
Dimensions are approximate.