|Exterior width||1842 mm (72 ½")|
|Exterior height||1518 mm (59 ¾")|
|Interior width||1349 mm (53 ⅛")|
|Interior height||1178 mm (46 ⅜")|
|Jamb width*||1661 mm (65 ⅖")|
Griffins Georgian Fireplace
The fabled beasts had their origins in ancient times, and made a re-appearance during the Renaissance. They finally settled down as a popular neoclassical motif, particularly in plaster friezes and decorative ceilings, such as those at Paxton House, Berwickshire, attributed to Jobn Adam, and at Robert Adam's Harewood House.
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