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Breccia Medici Bolection

Breccia Medici Marble Bolection Fireplace

A classic bolection fireplace with moulded frame on plain square plinths, carved from three solid pieces of marble with mason mitred corners. Made by Ryan & Smith from a beautiful block of Breccia marble sourced in Italy.

Also in stock are smaller versions, 48″ wide, 43″ high.

 

Medici Breccia

This marble is highly regarded in Europe, particularly Italy, its country of origin. In fact for the past 1,000 years it has been regarded as quite the noble stone gracing the royalty that once thrived in Italia. To this day it still soundly resides in the famous Medici Palace and many other prominent Italian buildings and Duomos. It is usually seen as a surface material on fine furnishings, fireplaces, vanities or inlays on the floor as well as wall cladding. Breccia marble wholeheartedly has a timeless sense about it. It is pleasing to the eye and is a very becoming material, in addition it has a rich historical background in terms of its usage.

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Measurements:

Width: 54" (1372mm)

Height: 47.5" (1207mm)

Depth: 5" (127mm)

Internal Measurements:

Width: 40" (1016mm)

Height: 40" (1016mm)

Price: £4,750 (+VAT)

Product Code: Breccia Medici Bolection

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Breccia Medici Bolection

Breccia Medici Bolection

Product Code: Breccia Medici Bolection

Breccia Medici Marble Bolection Fireplace

A classic bolection fireplace with moulded frame on plain square plinths, carved from three solid pieces of marble with mason mitred corners. Made by Ryan & Smith from a beautiful block of Breccia marble sourced in Italy.

Also in stock are smaller versions, 48″ wide, 43″ high.

 

Medici Breccia

This marble is highly regarded in Europe, particularly Italy, its country of origin. In fact for the past 1,000 years it has been regarded as quite the noble stone gracing the royalty that once thrived in Italia. To this day it still soundly resides in the famous Medici Palace and many other prominent Italian buildings and Duomos. It is usually seen as a surface material on fine furnishings, fireplaces, vanities or inlays on the floor as well as wall cladding. Breccia marble wholeheartedly has a timeless sense about it. It is pleasing to the eye and is a very becoming material, in addition it has a rich historical background in terms of its usage.

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