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.
By extracting the essence of the Scagliola technique, Thierry François created an original process by which all forms of hand-crafted limestone — including marbles — have the look of natural, hand-cut stone. This extraordinary stone inlay and “cross batch” technique is one-of-a-kind.
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