Description: Upon a rectangular base plinth, wide scrolled side fillets with foliage about the scrolls and suspended bell flowers in chain above; central cartouche behind an oval shield bearing three fleurs-de-lys surmounted by a French royal crown; on top, an arch rising from horizontal moulding on each side.
Notes: Characteristic of designs illustrated by architects such as Daniel Marot.
Arms: French royal
Manufactured: in the late 17th to early 18th century in France.
Current location:, East Sussex, England.
Citation: Carpentier, H., 1912, Plaques de Cheminées, Paris.
- Attached to series:
- Foreign armorial firebacks