Incredible antique Tudor fireplace mantel with original leather panels, dating between 1910-1920. The mantel's substantial shelf is supported by four brackets, the outermost pair ornamented with carved shields with fleur-de-lis at their centers. Below, the mantle face features three ogee arches which expose inset panels of carnelian hued leather. The mantle retains its original bare finish and has the expected wear with minor areas of water damage, as pictured. The mantel measures 53-1/2” wide, 65-1/4” tall, and 10-5/8” deep; the firebox opening is 35-3/8” wide and 38-3/4” tall.