Magnificent antique tiger oak fireplace mantel with its original stained glass, dating from the early 1900s. This quarter-sawn mantel features upper cabinetry with stained glass doors; the panes have a linear leaded design accented with amber slag glass teardrops at each corner. A shallow mantel shelf protrudes below the cabinets and is supported by two Corinthian columns which run down either side of the mantel; each ending in a pilaster style base. The mantle is in very good condition with the expected wear including cracks running down each column; a small pane in the stained glass window has a hairline crack which does not detract from its beauty (as pictured.) The mantel measures approx. 60-3/4” wide, 74-7/8" tall, and 11-1/2” deep; the firebox opening is approx. 41-5/8” wide and 38-5/8” tall. This piece requires a custom shipping quote, please contact is if you’re interested.
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