Pair of 18th c. Stone French Cheminees

Pair of 18th century stone Cheminees from a Mas (Farm) Outside of the Provencal Village of Rochefort du Gard, close to the Town of Avignon.

Rochefort du Gard is “A charming village clinging to the side of a hill, Rochefort is – like Saze, its immediate neighbour – a very active village which organises a great many sporting and cultural events. From the parvise of Le Castelas, the village’s twelfth century Romanesque church. A superb vista is from the site of the Sanctuary of Notre-Dame de Grâce, set on a hill outside the village. Built in the eighth century and extended during the seventeenth century, this sanctuary was inhabited by Benedictine monks until the French Revolution. It is a magical venue for groups or individuals interested in a religious retreat. The parish church of Saint-Bardulphe, the former chapel, now hosts the town hall & the stone wash house.”

Excellent condition. Shows markings consistent with material and age. Measurements: height: 10 ft. 2 in./depth: 43 in.width/length: 9 ft. 4 in.

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