Antique White Marble & Red Jasper Fireplace

GBP 12,495.00

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Object Description

A stunning antique white and red jasper marble fireplace, reclaimed from Grimston Park and dating from circa 1840. This beautiful mid 19th century fire surround pairs veined white marble with vibrant red jasper, a captivating Italian marble with dynamic shades of gold and white throughout. This contrast of colour and natural pattern creates a sophisticated chimneypiece, further enhanced by a decorative frieze tablet and corner blocks carved with drapes and oval inlays of red jasper.

Provenance: Grimston Park

Situated in the picturesque North Yorkshire countryside, Grimston Park is a grade II listed Georgian property and estate. The settlement has existed since Viking times and has been occupied by various owners over the centuries including the Vavasours, Fairfaxes and in the 17th century, the Stanhope family who in 1603 entertained James I of England at Grimston.

In 1839, John Hobart Caradoc, the second Lord Howden, acquired the property following his father’s death and commissioned English architect, Decimus Burton, to rebuild the house. His brief included redesigning the old house in an Italianate style.

Additional Dimensions

Opening Height: 92 cm (36.22 in)

Opening Width: 96.5 cm (37.99 in)

Base width (outer foot block to outer foot block): 133.5 cm (52.55 in)

Object Condition

Good structural condition. Transports as 5 pieces. Shelf is attached to the frieze and requires careful handling on installation. Various small scuffs and chips. Small areas of discolouration. Various small areas of filler (beige/light brown patches). No significant repairs.

Object Details

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    W:141.5 x H:111.5 x D:17 centimeters
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Dealer Opening Times

By appointment only.

Dealer Contact

+44(0) 1981 541 155

Dealer Location


From the M50 / Ross-on-Wye
At the end of the M50 take the A40 towards Ross-on-Wye and Monmouth. Take the A49 Hereford Road (third roundabout after leaving the M50) Ignore the first two signposts for Wormelow, Stay on the A49 for approximately nine miles take the next left turn after passing the Pilgrim Hotel, singed A466 Wormelow. Follow the road for approximately 400 meters. We are located on the right hand side, the site is called; Grove Farm / The Grove.

From A49 Hereford
Follow the A49 south from Hereford for approximately five miles. After the uphill section at the Callow there is a layby on your right followed by one on your left. Take the next right turn onto the A466 singed Wormelow / Monmouth, Follow the road for approximately 400 meters. We are located on the right hand side on Grove Farm / The Grove.

UK Heritage
Grove Barn
United Kingdom

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