Rococo-Style Bronze Chenets
Rococo-Style Bronze Chenets Rococo-Style Bronze Chenets Rococo-Style Bronze Chenets Rococo-Style Bronze Chenets
Rococo-Style Bronze Chenets

Rococo-Style Bronze Chenets

  • These doré bronze chenets are crafted in an opulent Rococo style
  • Cherubs and canines adorn the luxurious pair
  • Designed to protect one's floor, chenets kept logs from escaping the fireplace
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Item No. 30-9850
$5,450
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This charming pair of Rococo-style doré bronze French chenets features charming cherubs seated out their ornate plateau. Canine feet hold the chenets aloft, while two dog figures adorn the ends. Chenets, also known as andirons, were once staple of any well-appointed hearth, serving as both decorative and functional objects. They were placed in front of a fireplace to protect rugs and flooring from rolling logs.

Late 19th century

19 1/2" wide x 6" deep x 16 3/4" high
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Period: 19th Century
Origin:France
Type:Andirons/Chenets
Depth:6.0 Inches
Width:19.5 Inches
Height:16.75 Inches
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