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    architectural antiques: architectural fireplaces

    Many of us ignore how beautiful architectural antiques can be. One thing to remember is how long they have lasted and how much longer they will continue to last. It is also very positive to consider the planet when re using these old items. With a lick of paint and a polish by a great restorer they can be as good as new.

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    • AN EDWARDIAN OAK FIRE SURROUND

      AN EDWARDIAN OAK FIRE SURROUND

      ebury trading, london, united kingdom

      An elegant English Edwardian oak fire surround by J & Co of Leeds. c.1905 Measures: 134cm high x 132cm wide x 16cm deep (opening 96cm wide x 98cm high) Stock Code ET03685

      £1,200.00

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    • Arabic School - Wonderful Early 20thc Arabian Camels In A Landscape Oil Painting

      Arabic School - Wonderful Early 20thc Arabian Camels In A Landscape Oil Painting

      artsonline.org.uk, shepton mallet, united kingdom

      Listing Title: Augusta Coles (Circa 1911) Moroccan Cityscape Oil Painting Mahogany Fire Screen Brief Description: This is a beautiful quality original solid mahogany George V Fire Screen, incorporating a fabulous original signed and dated (1911)...

      £239.00

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    • A PAIR OF WROUGHT IRON CHENET

      A PAIR OF WROUGHT IRON CHENET

      ebury trading, london, united kingdom

      A pair of French chenet (fire dogs) in wrought iron with a brass finial. c.1900 Measure: 49cm high x 45cm deep x 34cm wide Stock Code ET01884

      £300.00

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    • A LARGE CHIMNEYPIECE DESIGNED BY SIR EDWIN LUTYENS

      A LARGE CHIMNEYPIECE DESIGNED BY SIR EDWIN LUTYENS

      ebury trading, london, united kingdom

      A rare opportunity to own a piece of furniture designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens. This large chimneypiece was designed by Lutyens for Papillon Hall, Leicestershire in 1903. It is made of hand carved mahogany and...

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