This salvaged fireplace mantel has beautiful plaster ornaments applied to its header, with sheaths of wheat and finely rendered thistles and wild botanicals. It features fluted detail carved in the legs and rows of trim below the mantel shelf. It is being sold in as-is condition, details below.
Please note: large pieces of plaster are missing from the sheath of wheat and a shell on the left side and some of the beaded trim around the fireplace cutout is missing from the upper edge and down the left side (see photos). There are a few small insect holes in the wood, down the right side primarily (see photos). The holes appear to be past damage and there are no signs of ongoing infestation.
49.5" High x 61.75" Wide x 5.5" Deep
Approximate Cutout Dimensions:
37" High x 43.5" Wide
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