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Historically, Georgian and Regency fireplace surrounds and mantels were seen from1714 to 1820. The earlier Georgian styles were in strict proportions and took inspiration from Greek Mythology and imagery borrowed from the previous historical periods. The later Regency styles saw a more austere approach to design, which reflected the newfound interest in neo-Greek, Gothic, new-Egyptian and Jacobean styles of architecture at the time.

Today, Georgian and Regency-style fireplaces have been adapted to suit a variety of homes and interiors ranging from contemporary to traditional and everything in between. The fireplaces and mantels in this collection can be ordered and purchased as you see them, or custom-made according to specific size requirements.

Georgian & Regency styles are available in marble varieties. Some designs can be made using travertine or a combination of travertine and marble.