A Louis XV, William IV revival, chimneypiece of Campana Green marble with serpentine shelf. The frieze is decorated with typical Rococo carving of shell shaped cartouches and scrolling foliage, alongside canted jambs. The Campana marble mine was opened in antiquity in the Hautes Pyranese, and was popular with chimneypiece makers in the 18th century. Good examples of chimneypieces of this marble can be seen in the Salon de la Paix, Versailles, however the mine is now closed.
Height 47 3/4 in (121.3cm) width 67 7/8 in (172.5cm)
Internal height 40 in (101.6cm) width 48 3/4 in (123.8cm)
Shelf depth 15 in (38.1cm)