The fireplace is a symbol, connected not only with loud words like warmth and light but also with family togetherness. After a whole day or a whole year of hard work, one can talk to another, laugh and fight, take refuge and love. Fireplace contains full-bodied Euramerican household style all the time. In fact, in the cold climates of Northern Europe and North America, the fireplace was once the center of a home in the early years. It brings people warmth and helps them get through the long winter.
If you want to add a fireplace to your home, check out our double marble fireplace mantel. The mantel is exquisitely carved. This also reflects our carving master’s exquisite technology. Our two-layers marble fireplaces are all hand-carved. There are many Western habits associated with the fireplace. Perhaps the oldest in the tradition of telling stories around the fireplace. In fact, the fireplace was originally a shallow pit dug by early people in the center of a hut or residence to place wood for a fire to keep warm. After thousands of years, it developed mature techniques and complicated patterns. Yet the excitement of people warming themselves around the stove and passing the long winter nights with one story after another is unchanging.