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South Kitchen Chimney Top 3D Model
Located at James Madison’s Montpelier in Orange, VA this is the chimney top to the South Kitchen. These bricks were found by archaeologists in the exact same location as when they fell hundreds of years ago. When the chimney to the South Kitchen fell the bricks fell into the ground top-down. What is most interesting about this find is that the top three brick rows were off-set to allow for a decorative plaster stripe. This sort of design matches the 18th century chimney on the mansion indicating that the building was fancier than originally anticipated and built around the same time as the 18th c. home. This photogrammetric model was made with photos originally intended for archaeological reports. Having been reburied for preservation, this model allows the chimney top to be seen in a way it has not been in several years