Striking antique quarter-sawn oak mantel with a gorgeous beveled mirror, dating from the early 1900s and found in a home in St. Louis, MO. The mantle is crowned with a substantial and beveled shelf; Corinthian columns support the shelf on either side and descend to form pilaster style legs. A secondary mantle shelf perches below the beautiful, beveled mirror and is supported with three grooved brackets. The mantel is in good antique condition with a couple of chips and the typical wear, which does not detract from the beauty of the piece (as pictured.) The mantel measures approximately 60” wide, 84-1/2" tall and 11" deep; the firebox opening is 41-3/8" wide and 39-1/4" tall.