The rosette has a long history in French design. It is traditionally represented in an extremely simplified and stylized fashion: a small interior circle from which originate a quantity of same-sized lobes or petals. While the rose has been long associated with the lore and history of the United Kingdom, it's depiction plays a significant role in French architecture. The rose, or "wheel" window is an important hallmark of French Gothic architecture, and reached its full bloom in the 12th century. This simple wheel-shaped rose can be seen carved into the front frieze of the mantel.
Measurements: 59"W x 23"D x 49"H
Firebox: 46 1/2"W x 38 1/2"H
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