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Man·tel

(man-tel'),
Nathan, 20th-century U.S. biostatistician. See: Mantel-Haenszel test.
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Instant expert SOTHEBY'S the auctioneers is holding its first-ever sale dedicated entirely to antique chimney pieces and fire grates.
The Bute family's small dinning room in the Bute tower also has the religious theme telling the story of Abraham in the stained glass windows and the chimney piece.
In the vast reception room there are ornate chimney pieces and tall windows providing lovely views over the terrace and the parkland leading down to the lake to the east of the property.
In 1580, Bess of Hardwick, Elizabeth Talbot, Countess of Shrewsbury, used Ashford marble to build a chimney piece in the great chamber at Hardwick Hall in Derbyshire, and her great-great grandson, the 4th Earl of Devonshire, used it when he rebuilt Chatsworth a century later.
In keeping with the spirit of the Victorian age, the floor of the grand hall is made of oak from the surrounding forests, whilst the oak-panelled library boasts an elaborately carved chimney piece depicting scenes of Sherwood Forest with statuettes of Robin Hood and Little John supporting each side.
Its features include an Indian room and corridor, presented to the Duke and Duchess by India as a wedding present, and a chimney piece in the smoking room designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens, the master architect of New Delhi.
In the formal dining room, a bolection moulded painted fireplace with chimney piece takes pride of place.
The drawing room is a delightful room with the main feature being a wooden chimney piece housing a feature fireplace within.
Featured are a reception hall, 21ft through living room with fireplace and stove, spacious main lounge with brick chimney piece and study/dining room.
mid to late 18th century) they come from Chippendale's The Gentlemen and Cabinet Director and show designs for a Toylet Table, a Chimney Piece, Ribband Back Chairs and Hall Chairs.
In the Batchelor's Room above there is some interesting Burges furniture - a wash stand whose basin taps are bronze idols, a chimney piece inlaid with precious stones, or glass coloured to look like precious stones and an alabaster bathroom with a deep marble bath.