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An overmantel would further enhance the elegance and presence of your fireplace. Before placing an order for your fireplace mantel please keep in mind the following considerations: the overall dimensions of the fireplace mantel, size of the wall where the fireplace is located, any obstructions in either ...

Architectural Accents

With the optional overmantel, the surround is at home in more formal settings. Without the overmantel, the simple lines and substance of this surround makes it an important addition to any setting.

Fireplace Design # 100

... and darker wood stain preferrably has a dentil molding and darker wood stain -Keep hearth as close to floor level as possible - customer will supply tile -Keep hearth as close to floor level as possible - customer will supply tile -Paint overmantel enclosure to match wall color -Paint overmantel ...


The mantel and overmantel are similar in design; the overmantel field is undecorated. A pair of built-in cabinets both having glazed doors above the solid doors below flank the mantel and overmantel.


***height of the overmantel when combined with mantel 1023 for ceiling heights of: 10'—46", 11'—58", 12'—70"; width (c-1) 64" 1028 mantel 78" 78" 12-1/2" 12-1/2" 74" 74" 53" 52" 53-1/2" 39" 36" 5-3/4" 1028-1 overmantel / open **the shelf depth of mantel 1028 is 10" at (b-1 ...

National Register of Historic Registration Form

The interior retains much of its fine woodwork includig the parlor Federal mantel and an overmantel that contains an early-nineteenth-century portrait painted on the paneling.

19252 ENG HERITAGE Hardwick Lf

During their own journey to Hardwick, pupils could identify which features The overmantel in the Forest Great Chamber. of the landscape might have changed little from Bess's time.


The walls are lined to 3/4 height with fielded panelling capped by enriched cornice which is swept to sumptuously carved overmantel on east wall with 2 stags, floral decoration and grotesque head key beneath segmental cornice.

by jane e. radcliffe

Note the clever use of the sign in the overmantel village as the site for Poor's initials. Photography by Linda Carter Lefko. Fig. 11 : Signature of Jonathan D. Poor (1807-1845).

Revisiting Historical Resources Leads to New Discoveries

One 18th-century print caught their attention, and with the help of researchers at Colonial Williamsburg, Carter and Matt have been able to determine that the print may have indeed been the one once located on the large yellow room's overmantel.