Pink Marble Romanesque-style Stone Fireplace Surround | Victorian Restorations

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A Purely Classical Romanesque Marble Fireplace Design for Discerning Buyers

Standing at over 1.5m in height, this ornately carved Pink “Chanel” Marble Fireplace will add an air of sophistication and class to any home. Ideal for “open” fire places, this traditional marble surround featuring a larger ‘aperture’ than average, also can be used with modern heating systems.

Featuring a rosette medium relief centrepiece fascia, with true romanesque ‘egg’ mouldings and Ionic columns. Hearth also included.

Custom sizes and designs also available.

Handcarved Romanesque Pink Marble Fireplace Surrounds

Intricately carved in a formal Romanesque styled motif, this exquisite marble will serve for centuries. The subtle pink lustre of the fine marble is complimented by the larger than average aperture; enabling its use in traditional “open fire” or conventional heating systems. Features ornate egg mouldings, ionic columns and rosette keystone/ frieze centrepiece Supply Only, Australia Wide Delivery. GST Inclusive.

A$3,295.45

Try Customised Stone Carving: Bluestone (Victorian Basalt) Egg & Dart Feature

 

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Mason & Maker love the Victorian Era. The whole idea of another “Victorian Restoration” enthrals us.  We are a renaissance-minded group with a vision of reinvigorating and reconnecting with a more traditional version of contemporary building.

Contact us for custom designs and hand-carved architectural facades in Australian Natural Stone.

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A BlackRock Bluestone French Provincial Keystone

 

Bluestone Restoration | Willis Street Winchelsea | VICRestorations | Renovation Projects

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Instead of GIFFING like crazy, please see the following embedded youtube synopsis of all four sides of the bluestone exterior

Project Highlights

Renewing a 150 year old cottage is always rewarding. Although it is a often a journey fraught with blood, sweat and a few tears, the end result is something that is to be enjoyed for another century.

The process of turning random rubble into dressed square stone is definitely rewarding. Doing so will always provide a positive return for the client when selling in the future. The ribbon pointing, as well as the stone patching, will continue to age very well and should actually improve in aesthetics.

Per Ardua Ad Astra — With hardwork to the stars…