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.
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
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OVER 150 YEARS AGO, there was an English mason by the name of William James Veach. The Veitch family traveled from the Germanic section of the Holy Empire (Rome) to Britannia in around 1200AD.
James, father to George Henry Veitch (Veach), worked predominately around the north-eastern corner of England; having hailed from Cornwall.
George Henry Veitch arrived in the Hunter Valley region of NSW around 1850 from England. He was commissioned to come to Australia to work as a request from a relative that was working for the public sector in Parramatta at that time.
George, together with four of his sons, worked on several prominent stone buildings around Australia’s first city, Parramatta; St Patricks’ Cathedral, Parramatta Gaol & Orphanage (pictured above), and private residences in the surrounding streets.
G.H.Veitch Stone yard and Carpenter’s Shop at Parramatta Gaol/ Parramatta Orphanage, c.18505