Classically proportioned, this robust mantel is a typical Renaissance piece. The sturdy pilasters curve up into scrolled capitals and support an elegant entablature bearing at its center a rectangular tablet. A succession of recessed and protruding moldings give a strong architectural relief to this mantel.
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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