Warsaw. They dismantled an old stove in a tenement house in Praga. They found richly decorated details
A cottage-made piece was found in one of Prague’s tenement houses. During the demolition, it turned out that someone had built it in, showing fragments of the previous structure. In some ornaments even traces of gilding have been preserved.
The discovery was announced by the Office of the Capital Conservator of Monuments, which supervises the renovation works in the tenement house at Mała 11. The building was erected around 1901 and is located in the municipality of monument records. According to the conservator, the furnace was most likely built in the post-war period.
“May because of reading the baking ceramics or the usable weight. Due to the brakes, it was decided to dismantle it” – we in communication.
During the demolition, the team drops unexpected materials. “Buyers embedded in ornate decorations, derived from works, works from other ceramics.
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They will go to the Archives of Warsaw Detail
Details are decorated with eclectic ornaments, some fragments still have traces of gilding. Collections. Presentation in the collections of the Warsaw Archives.
The Office of the Capital Conservator of Monuments announced that they were made and achieved in fragments as examples of the 20th century, eclectic stack ornaments at the beginning of the 20th century and evidence of a historical technical solution in the construction of craftsmen.
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Photo Source: Office of the Warsaw Monuments Conservator