1 Architectural Reclaimed Georgian Robert Adam's Style Carved Mahogany Wood Fireplace Surround
- 1 Large Classical Architectural Reclaimed Georgian Robert Adam's Style Carved Mahogany Wood Fireplace Surround.
- A definitive in the Georgian style fireplace, ideally suited to drawing rooms, living rooms and dining rooms country or town houses.
- Adorned with fine recessed fluting 2 double column uprights to the front.
- Featuring a breakfront mantel and impressive garlands of roses with detailing.
- Having a white painted finish.
- Robert Adam born 1728 died 1792 was a Scottish neoclassical architect, interior designer and furniture designer. In 1754, he left for Rome, spending nearly five years on the continent studying architecture under Charles-Louis Clérisseau and Giovanni Battista Piranesi.
- On his return to Britain he established a practice in London, where he was joined by his younger brother James.
- Here he developed the "Adam Style" The Adam brothers were the first to advocate an integrated style for architecture and interiors, with walls, ceilings, fireplaces, furniture, fixtures, fittings and carpets.
- All being designed by the Adams as a single uniform scheme.
- Commonly and mistakenly known as "Adams Style," the proper term for this style of architecture and furniture is the "Style of the Adam Brothers.
- It came from out a rather large country home in Shropshire.
- The private seller advised he had it fitted originally from new in 1990's.
- Heavy item 20kg approx weight.
- With a metal side bracket on each side.
- Condition report.
- Offered in overall fine used condition.
- having some noticeable scuffs, scratches, stains, wear commensurate with usage & age.
- It will need some restoration repainting in places.
- No hearth.
- Circa late 20th century 1990's.
- Made from carved mahogany wood front & moulded chipboard back.
- Viewings are welcome by appointment only for customer support please send a message thankyou.
- Cash upon collection is welcome.
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