A stunning antique quarter sawn oak fireplace mantel, dating from the early 1900's, and salvaged from a home in Nashville, TN. The Gothic Revival mantel is crowned with an arched and beveled mirror flanked with beautifully carved fretwork panels; the panels each feature a fabulous design of gothic arches. A substantial shelf perches below and is supported by a central cartouche and square legs ending in pilaster-style bases. The fireplace mantel is in very good condition with the expected wear. The mantel measures 60” wide, 73” tall, and projects 11-1/4”. The firebox opening is 41-3/8” wide and 41-3/4” tall. This piece requires a custom shipping quote, please contact us if you're interested.
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