Fireplace dimensions (height-width-depth): 1550x1700x700 mm
The price listed is exclusively for the the production ceramic cladding.
Installation and shipping can be requested, but will require additional calculations.
Chamotte faience, glazes
Multiple high temperature firings
A Gothic tiled fireplace with relief figures of ladies and gentlemen on honey-colored glazed tiles in medival style.
This is the second object located in the summer kitchen in a manor house near Moscow. It comes together with a large kitchen complex consisting of a barbecue, cooker, tandoor and Russian oven, which is published in our section with cookers and barbecues.
This is a centrally placed fireplace, around which you can sit, comfortably seated and sybaritically watching the fire. The firebox with a guillotine door system can be risen upwards, allowing you to have an open fire visible from anywhere in the large room. The chimney pipe is encased in wooden panels which also conceal the entire technical part of the structure. The large base of the hearth is lined with our tiles with medieval characters, the models of which were taken from the Velten Stove and Ceramic Museum.
The origin of large angular columns is also interesting. The columns of the Notre-Dame de Fourvière Basilica in Lyon, whose architecture combines elements of neo-Gothic and neo-Moorish styles, served as a prototype for these columns. A fantastically beautiful structure with an extraordinary array of fine openwork carvings on the façade and interior.