A gorgeous antique Neoclassical fireplace mantel with intricate detailing, salvaged from a home in York, PA and dating from the early 1900s. The mantel is crowned with a shelf featuring dentil moulding; the convex face below is flanked with elaborate carvings in the form of scrolling leaves, flowers, and flowing ribbons. The face is supported by two fluted columns on each side, the columns are topped with complementary, leafy detailing. This mantel is in very good condition and has a nicely aged patina and the expected wear including chips, scratches, and missing trim (as pictured.) It has a stained finish with painted silver accents on a majority of the carvings. It measures 67-5/8" wide, 55-1/4" tall, 15" deep, and has a firebox opening of approximately 47-5/8" wide and 43" tall. This piece requires a custom shipping quote, please contact us if you’re interested.
10 other shoppers have this item in their Cart or Wish List
Unique architectural artifacts and antique lighting for all your building needs.
Building a future with the unique architectural elements of the past.