French Provincial style. The original, circa 1480-1490, came from a "Mas" (farmhouse) in Provence. The Campanile combines elegant proportions with crisp architectural lines. The wide protruding entablature and deeply curved legs are authentically characteristic of the Louis XIII period. A typical "French Country" design seen in chateaus and farmhouses across France.
The Campanile - Specification Sheet.pdf
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