The mantelpiece is also a chimney, dating from the Middle Ages. As a tool that hangs out over the marble statue fireplace to catch the smoke. The mantelpiece has evolved to include decorative frames around the fireplace and can include elaborate designs that extend to the ceiling. The mantelpiece is now a general term for the door frame, mantelpiece, and external accessories of a fireplace. For centuries, the chimney was the most decorative and artistic feature in a room, but its artistic and practical significance has waned as fireplaces have become smaller and modern heating methods have been introduced.
Until the 12th century, people only lit fires in their homes with braziers, or a fire on a hearth, and let out smoke through lanterns on the roof. Over time, the location of the fireplace moved to the wall and incorporated the chimney to vent the smoke. This allows for a very elaborate, rich architectural focus for a large room. Later, due to the greater width of the fireplace, flat or segmented arches were thrown and built with arches, sometimes cantered, whose thrust was resisted by iron bars behind. You can take a look at our marble statue fireplace. This is a typical character fireplace. Our carving techniques are so good that the sides of the mantelpiece are realistic. It was like two real women were standing there.