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Chateau de Lalinde Radiator Covers
The Château de Lalinde, was built in the 13th-century, in Lalinde, France overlooking the Dordogne River. It is known locally as le château de la Bastide . It was bebuilt during the 19th Century and transformed into a hotel-restaurant. It is now a private residence.
Beaux-Arts Classic Products French Style Louis XIV Radiator Cover Grilles were used throughout the chateau during the most recent renovation.
Radiator cover with decorative French Style Louis XIV radiator grilles under construction. We shipped the grilles to the Chateau and the handsome covers were built in France.
Louis XIV Style Radiator Cover Grille RR-203 24×14 for the front of the cover.
Louis XIV Radiator Cover Grilles RR-203 4×14 on the top of the radiator cover.
Louis XIV Style Radiator Cover Grille 20″ x 24″ in Antique Brass
This cover uses two 20″ x 30″ Louis XIV Style radiator grilles in our Nickel Finish on the front, and two 4″ x 30″ Louis XIV Style radiator grilles on the top.
No one makes Louis XIV grilles in France anymore. Beaux-Arts Classic Products is the only manufacturer of French Style grilles in the world. It is somewhat ironic that the French have to buy their grilles from us. If you are reading this blog you are interested in our historical, 3-Dimensional Functional Works of Art. As we point out in our “other” blog, Classical Addiction, the classical style is timeless and therefore will endure the changes of our evolving lifestyle. Transforming radiators with a handsome cover actually increases the heat in the room by drawing the coldest air from the floor.
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