This well executed 18th century Louis XV mantel was discovered in the Meuse region, east of France. The gently curved jambs feature decorative molded panels and fluting. The serpentine shelf is ornate with a central carved “Fleur de Lys” and symmetrical volute motifs.
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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