Named after 'The Count of Monte Cristo' by Alexandre Dumas, published in 1844, the story is set between 1815 and 1839: the era of the Bourbon Restoration through the reign of Louis-Philippe of France. The historical setting is almost the primary element of the book which is a story of adventure, primarily focusing on themes of justice, vengeance, mercy, hope and forgiveness. Like it's namesake, this decorative period design is focused on and inspired by 19th century French designs.
This plaster ceiling rose features a stylised egg and dart central moulding surrounded by decorative flowers and 4 corner foliage swirls. French decorative plaster was the height of fashion in Victorian Period Homes, this particular design will work in any room. It measures 510mm or just over 21 inches in diameter.
- Victorian/French plaster ceiling rose
- Diameter 419mm / approx. 16.5 inches
- Egg and dart with floral detail
- Manufactured in Britain
Brand:British Made Plaster Coving