The Pontigny, an 18th century Louis XIV mantel, was originally discovered in a farmhouse in the region of Bourgogne. The original was carved in limestone giving it a beautiful French country appeal. The mantel has curved paneled jambs and a serpentine molded shelf. It features a deeply carved “foliage and scrolls” cartouche at its center.
The Pontigny - Specification Sheet.pdf
MATERIALS AND OPTIONS
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