ANTIQUE MANTELS > ITEM# 12986-185
17th c. Cheminée from a Presbytere, a church owned house used by priests, in the French city of Bordeaux
OAW ±0" x OAH ±0" x OAD ±0"
IW ±50.5" x IH ±38.25"
NOTES: The inscription of “IHS” on the lintel 'IHS' is a latin acronym of the Latin “Iesus Hominum Salvator”, which translates to "Jesus, Savior of man”.
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