In domestic work in the 14th century, chimneys were greatly added to allow family members to sit on either side of the hearth. In these cases, large wooden beams are used to support the hood. In this case, the fireplace is hidden so deeply that it becomes an important architectural feature on the outside, as it is in Haddon Hall. The largest existing chimney, located in the Great Hall of the Earl’s Court in Poitiers, is nearly 30 feet (9.1 m) wide and has two central supports to support the smoke hood. A stone flue rises between the trappings of a huge window above. Our fireplace is perfect for indoors. We also have many other indoor fireplaces for you to choose from.
The history of carved mantelpieces is a fundamental element of western art history. Every element of European sculpture can be seen on the large mantelpiece. Many famous sculptors throughout history, such as Augustus St. Gaudens, designed and carved magnificent mantelpieces, some of which can be found in the great museums of the world. Just as the facades of buildings are known for their design, proportion, and detail, so are the fine mantelpieces. Attention to sculptural detail defines a great mantel. You can take a look at our customized white marble fireplace sculpture. Our fireplace is not only a heating device but also a wonderful interior decoration. If you are interested in our customized white marble fireplace sculpture, welcome to contact us.