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Dated from the early 18th century, Louis 14 cast iron fireback with putti and salamander. The fireback has two putti supporting a canopy and perfume burners under which rises a fire burning a flame resistant salamander. It is the symbol of love or a faith that does not waver. It was also taken as an emblem by King Francois Ier. Iconography published a similar plate in CARPENTIER H., Plaques de cheminées, first Tome, F. DE NOBELE, Paris, 1967, p. 128, No. 625.