An 18th century English carved wood chimneypiece

An 18th century English carved wood chimneypiece

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A very fine 18th century English carved pine and lime wood chimneypiece attributed to Robert Adam. Circa 1770. The current chimneypiece is comparable in design and size to two drawings of chimneypieces executed by Robert Adam for the Aldelphi project, these drawings are currently in the Soane Museum, Lincoln's Inn Fields. The Adelphi buildings were a block of unified neoclassical terrace houses occupying the land between the Strand and the River Thames in the parish of St Martin-in-the Fields built by Robert Adam between 1768-72. They were demolished in the early 1930s. Restored. Portland stone slips and plinth blocks for display purposes only.

STOCK NUMBER 3408

Measurements
WIDTH: 84 ½ INS (214.5 CMS)
HEIGHT: 65 ¼ INS (166 CMS)
DEPTH: 6 INS (15 CMS)
INTERIOR WIDTH: 51½ INS (120.5 CMS)
INTERIOR HEIGHT: 47½ INS (119.4 CMS)

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