A fantastic antique figural fireplace mantel with fleur-de-lis accents, salvaged from a home in Philadelphia, PA and dating from the early 1900s. The mantle is crowned with a backing ornamented with a fleur-de-lis flanked by foliate flourishes; the face of the curved shelf below is embellished with three coordinating, petite fleur-de-lis. The substantial shelf is supported by two square columns ending in boxed bases; the columns are topped with nicely carved gargoyle faces. This mantel is in very good condition with the expected wear (as pictured,) and has a nicely aged patina. It measures 61-1/2" wide, 64-1/4" tall, 11-1/2" deep, and has a firebox opening of approximately 41-1/4" wide and 41-7/8" tall. This piece requires a custom shipping quote, please contact us if you're interested.