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A Henry IV carved stone chimneypiece

In the Gothic taste, late 14th/early 15th Century - possibly originally conceived as a doorcase

the overmantel with a coved cornice above three arcades each headed with trefoil mouldings and the arched aperture carved with foliate and flowerhead relief carving to the spandrels, the stone bearing evidence of polychromatic painting and gilding,

Dimensions: 282cm (111") High, 165cm (65") Wide, the aperture measures 123cm (49") high and 122cm (48") wide,
Stock code: 41248
This medieval fire surround, or doorcase, is known to have stood at Shoppenhanger Manor near Maidenhead. The house was entirely rebuilt on at least one occasion and for a period was embellished by an Edwardian collector keen on Architectural Salvage. It was demolished after a fire in the late 20th Century.

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