This magnificent fireplace of Neo-Renaissance style features a very elaborate decoration carved in low relief. The entablature features an allegorical scene of antique aspiration.
The entablature of this classic Louis XVI style mantel is delicately decorated with flutes and a paneled tablet at its center. Two elegant rosettes rest on straight jambs featuring a set of filled flutes.
A fine example of a Gothic/Tudor fireplace featuring a low pointed arch opening beneath finely carved spandrels inset with carved florals and oak leaf detail.
A striking design of elegant architectural form, the Capri incorporates a corniced shelf and bolection moulding.
The sleek lines of this mantel are typical of Louis XVI style. The straight jambs are topped with rosettes. The entablature features a motif of volute waves running across a set of symmetrically unfolding pomegranates.
The Varian is a sculptural element subtly defined by sharp lines and clear sense of refined balance.
Solid, bold and sculptured, the Cleo’s surround is subtly defined by a curved profile reflecting a
keen sense of scale.
The Calypso’s smoothly curved structure is accented with bold quoin accents allowing for an elegant juxtaposition of hard and soft.
The Calix is characterized by its clean lines and a dimensional profile. There is a robust feel to this beautifully proportioned surround.
Lightly brushed metal precisely outlines the elegant curves of this sophisticated range hood. The Acadia is an excellent choice for geometrically superior kitchen designs.
Featured here in De Corbusier Brass with De Corbusier Pewter trim
The Modeno is a more restrained variation on the Modena, featuring a straight lintel. Simple and bold, the mantel has a clear definition and masculine appeal.
The Valenza is an elegant and sophisticated mantel featuring an intricate frieze with fleur-de-lys carvings and elaborately scrolled corbels.
The Massalia is a substantial neo-Gothic mantelpiece featuring an ornate, decorative frieze with five stylized quatrefoils over a vaulted opening. The castellated shelf is also reminiscent of medieval architecture.
The Elysée, a substantial mantelpiece with pure clean lines, brings stately elegance to a large space. The scrolled corbels supporting the shelf add refinement and sophistication to this impressive mantel.
This impressive fireplace mantel features a substantial shelf decorated with carved leaf paterae and egg-and-dart molding on the cornice and two impressive sculpted Atlanteans serving as pilasters.
The Bellucci exudes Mediterranean charm with its gracefully executed classical details. The cornice is trimmed with a delicate carved leaf frieze and a regal cartouche set in the crown. Four scrolled corbels support the impressive overmantel, balancing the proportions of this majestic piece.
An imposing, elegant mantel that boldly frames a fireplace, the Villenueve features a cleanly sculpted breast supported by a pair of scrolled foliate corbels.
A mantelpiece decorated with lovely floral carvings, the Rosa has a delightful Mediterranean charm. This mantelpiece is also available with spiral columns.
The Beauduc features an elegant shelf resting on a pair of robust pilasters. This mantel is beautifully rendered with its Gothic opening and detailed molding. It is shown here in Scagliola antique limestone.
The Lily Marie, a petite Gothic mantel, is a charming piece detailed with an intricate floral carving and a decreasing progression of smooth arches.
A richly ornamented mantelpiece, the Trianon is inspired by the Versailles of Louis XVI, featuring a frieze of twining ivy with a bow at its center, resting on a pair of elaborately sculpted acanthus corbels.
The Normandie is a graceful classic with supple lines, inspired by a stone mantel found in the Loire Valley.
With its pleasing blend of straight and flowing lines, this mantel marries strength and beauty. The result is understated elegance. It can be beautifully paired with an overmantel.
The Delfine is inspired by an 18th century stone mantelpiece. It rests on finely-carved, fluted jambs, ending in lion’s paws.
An intricately ornamented fireplace mantel, featuring egg-and-dart molding along the cornice and a fleur-de-lys frieze, the Cheverny is a truly spectacular piece.
Italian Renaissance inspired, the Château features a stepped shelf edged with an Egg-and-dart moulding and fluted borders.
The Grand Château is a stately mantelpiece, rich with classical details. The cornice is trimmed with a delicate egg and dart carving, while the curved legs, with their unusual scrolled design, anchor this distinguished piece.
Grand and graceful, The Orsay mantel features unusual spiral columns and delicate carving along the cornice. Chamfered edges lend balance to the scale of this majestic mantel. A pronounced carved crest motif adorns the lintel.
The neo-Gothic Notre Dame features an arched lintel supported by a set of columns. The frieze is richly decorated with carved motifs inspired by Gothic tracery.
The Pugin is a beautifully-rendered Gothic mantelpiece with a deeply-carved, graceful motif and a vaulted opening. This fireplace mantel is available in a choice of two bas-relief designs and an optional shelf.
A Gothic mantelpiece of exceptional refinement, the Beauchamps features an elegant design that highlights its carefully-calculated architectural proportions.
The Verlaine mantel contrasts delicate curves with strong geometric lines. The shelf has a scalloped edge. The overall effect is elegant and sophisticated.
Well-balanced and stately, the Sarthe is inspired by a Louis XV design, with its proud barre de chocolat profile and prominent brow along the edge of the lintel and inner legs.
The Bordeaux is a refined mantelpiece featuring an arched opening supported by a pair of clean, smooth columns. This mantel comes in two sizes and we offer an optional fleur-de-lys carving to ornament the façade.
The Toulouse fireplace mantel has a sophisticated elliptical opening and a pair of refined pilasters. This simple mantelpiece has all the romance of the French countryside.
The Châteauroux is an elegant fireplace mantel featuring an arched opening and pretty foliate carvings. It can be further embellished with our optional lion’s head or keystone design.
A well-proportioned and elegant piece, the Panunti mantel features a smooth archway and decorative Louis-Philippe shelf.
The Toscane mantel marries traditional Italian rustic style with Italian flair. This mantelpiece has a commanding presence in addition to an air of refinement.
Classic Louis XIII. This mantelpiece conjures up romantic images of a 19th century Provençal Mas, a traditional stone farmhouse. The Paris comes with an optional acanthus leaf detail.
The French Coastal has a robust Louis-Philippe shelf and a clean linear design. It is a simple piece with rustic French charm.
A classic rustic French mantelpiece, the Provence features a robust shelf resting on a pair of powerful pilasters. A classic design that truly captures the heart of Provence.
The Madison’s bold geometric shape is inspired by the Art Deco movement and its glamorous cosmopolitan sophistication.
The solid block construction of the Atrium mantel may be imposing, yet its concave shape is soft and inviting. This design offers a uniquely striking way to accent a modern interior.
Our Celeste mantel is a sculpture in its own right, with its own playful geometry. The square hearth opening is framed by the tilted rectangular mantel, which has a convex face. The exuberant shape of this innovative design brings energy to any space.
The Hermes mantel’s elegant and clean lines are pure Art Deco. It boasts a handsome curved shelf underneath a recessed frieze.
The dominant right angles of the Elite mantel are offset by its two gently-rounded concave inner panels for a balanced, modernist effect.
The clean, modern look of the Modena is softened by its arched shelf.
Dignified in its simplicity, the clean, unadorned lines of the Digne mantel will easily compliment a wide variety of decors.
The minimalist, stepped rectilinear design of the Manier weaves an aura of tranquility and elegance.
The Velay mantel is a modern interpretation of Art Nouveau. Its flat profile and the curving, sinuous lines of its decorative moldings draw on shapes found in nature.
This classic Louis XVI mantel features two fluted half columns as jambs. They are crowned by capitals with carved acanthus leaves. The frieze is sculpted with a quiver, a bow and laurel branches.
Early 19th century Louis XVI mantel. This piece, originally carved in grey marble, was rescued from a dilapidated Paris townhouse. The reproduction has been impeccably executed with its “tablette en ressaut” (bas relief panel) featuring a carved oval sunflower in its center. The fluted and reeded halfmoon legs are surmounted by square carved paterae.
A beautifully executed piece featuring classic ‘stop fluted’ jambs surmounted by square ‘paterae.’ The frieze is decorated with an exquisitely carved centerpiece bearing musical instruments. The original was discovered buried in the basement of a Paris antique dealer.
This reproduction of a one-of-a-kind, highly decorative Napoleon style mantel, was originally carved circa 1800. It features ornaments borrowed from ancient Rome and Egypt, such as the spectacular female bust carved on both legs. This unique sculpture depicts a woman with a folded tunica around the waist and curly hair piled high around the face as it was typical in Ancient Rome. The bust sits upon a canted and stepped base that has a shape reminiscent of the knotted and plaited false beard worn by Pharaohs in Ancient Egypt.
Typical of the reign of Louis XV, this mantel features a classic bolection molding profile. Its simple uncluttered lines combined with generous curves, will make this mantelpiece compatible with a classic or contemporary interior. The Mont Richard also has an optional cornice shelf typically seen in Bolection style mantel combinations.
The original, circa 1760-1789, was discovered in the Bourgogne region. The Lausanne mantel features delicate lines, refined details, “pieds en demi-lune” (half-moon legs), and a clean, paneled lintel. A petite and charming piece.
The Saint Remi is a beautiful reproduction of a 17th century Régence style mantel found in an Estate in Burgundy, France. This elegant mantelpiece features a prominent “brow” molding running up the jambs and along the arched shelf.
Simple and elegant, the understated Devon mantel has a repeating volute motif and slightly arched opening. The pilasters have a subtle chamfered edge and a delicate restrained molding detail.
Circa 1750, this mantel has a Louis XV style, featuring a prominent “brow” or “Boudin,” along the edge of the lintel. The deep concave carving on the outer legs finishes this exquisite mantelpiece.
French Louis XV mantel featuring a deeply carved double shell in the center of the paneled frieze. Deeply curved molded jambs support a serpentine shaped shelf.
This is a beautifully ornate reproduction of a rare Régence period mantel, circa 1720. The frieze is finely carved with a flourishing central motif of flowers and foliage. The top and bottom of the jambs are also adorned with fine foliage carvings.
French Régence mantel with elegant contours highlighted by Boudin moldings running along the jambs and hearth opening. It has an unusual central carving of an inverted shell and foliage on the frieze.
The Pontigny, an 18th century Louis XIV mantel, was originally discovered in a farmhouse in the region of Bourgogne. The original was carved in limestone giving it a beautiful French country appeal. The mantel has curved paneled jambs and a serpentine molded shelf. It features a deeply carved “foliage and scrolls” cartouche at its center.
This well executed 18th century Louis XV mantel was discovered in the Meuse region, east of France. The gently curved jambs feature decorative molded panels and fluting. The serpentine shelf is ornate with a central carved “Fleur de Lys” and symmetrical volute motifs.
This finely proportioned circa 1750 Louis XV original masterpiece was discovered in the region of Bourgogne. The quality and integrity of the original artist’s work has been splendidly captured and preserved in this stunning piece.
This exquisite French Louis XVI mantel was originally carved from a light cream limestone. The gently curved paneled jambs support an understated yet very elegant lintel. The hearth opening has a crossbow shape allowing very decorative curves.
The curved and paneled jambs of the Esterel support a serpentine shaped shelf decorated with a carved floral motif in the center. Pastoral themes like these were very popular during the 18th century.
A Régence style ornamentation is present all over this mantel, such as the richly detailed shell in the center of the moulded serpentine freize and the scrolls sculpted in low-relief on each jamb resting on endblocks.
The city of Poitiers in the region of Poitou-Charentes, France, was the home of the Clemente mantel. Circa 1750, it is a beautiful example of a classic Louis XV style mantel. Its curved lines and thin, delicate jambs make it a rare piece. The Clemente features curved paneled legs and a serpentine molded shelf with a delicate shell carving at its center.
Classic Louis XV style mantel with generous curves. The paneled legs with acanthus leaves on the bases rise up to end on consoles decorated with scroll and leaf motifs. The frieze features a beautiful carved inverted shell with foliage in the center.
The Chevalier Mantel, a 13th century original, boasts an extraordinary stature and history. The mantel’s heavily sculpted legs rise up to two corbels decorated with gargoyle figures which support a shelf enhanced with blazons. The blazon on the right bears a lion and on the left an eagle. The central motif is carved in the shape of an “oriflamme” or medieval banner with pointed streamers.
Classically proportioned, this robust mantel is a typical Renaissance piece. The sturdy pilasters curve up into scrolled capitals and support an elegant entablature bearing at its center a rectangular tablet. A succession of recessed and protruding moldings give a strong architectural relief to this mantel.
French Provincial style. The original, circa 1480-1490, came from a “Mas” (farmhouse) in Provence. The Campanile combines elegant proportions with crisp architectural lines. The wide protruding entablature and deeply curved legs are authentically characteristic of the Louis XIII period. A typical ‘French Country’ design seen in chateaus and farmhouses across France.
A stunning reproduction of an early 17th century Gothic mantel. Acquired from an antique dealer in France, the original is a one-of-a-kind. The Bourgogne features richly detailed carvings with crisp Gothic ornamentations. The frieze is entirely covered with very high-relief sculpture (folded fabric pattern). A central cartouche presents a shield carved with “Fleur de Lys”.
An 18th century French Provincial mantelpiece, its simple lines and beautiful proportions make it very elegant. The discreet fluted jambs and brackets support a generous lintel with a carved flower motif in its center. A classic composition of perfect proportions.
French Louis XIII, minimal and unadorned, the Anjou is handsomely striking and fits many interior and exterior applications. Its design balances between strong, clean lines and flowing curves and edges.
An early 17th century piece, the Bastide has all the characteristics and appeal of a Renaissance period mantel. It features sturdy bases rising up into beautifully carved corbels and a lintel with an exquisitely executed cartouche at its center.
The Victoria is richly decorated with carved motifs reminiscent of Gothic architecture. The jambs are adorned with delicate bas reliefs, while the arched opening is framed by two spandrels featuring quatrefoil motifs.
This 17th century reproduction of a one-of-a-kind Gothic mantel features a richly decorated high relief frieze that rests on powerful jambs made of columns. The elaborate and intricate carvings include a pair of dragons that guard the central crest. A unique mantelpiece where the integrity of the original artist’s work remains astonishingly pristine. The execution of this masterpiece will have special appeal for the connoisseur.
This English fireplace mantel features a breakfront protruding carved tablet in the center. The jambs are embellished with round tapered columns surmounted by ionic capitals and plain end-blockings.
Exquisite fireplace mantel with a corniced shelf and projecting center tablet. The shelf rests on the top of two projecting corbelled jambs, with acanthus ogee.
An exceptional fireplace mantel featuring a bolection molding profile. The Carlisle features an unadorned center tablet accenting the shelf with scrolled ornaments flanking on each side.
Bold lines and details make the Kelmscott an impressive mantel with traditional flair. The stepped out design of the side volutes support a shelf featuring a unique reeded carved pattern.
The frieze of this decorative English fireplace mantel features a rich foliage carving and is flanked with round square paterae. Inverted scrolls on the side of the legs are decorated with vase and foliage motifs as they sweep down to the plinth.
The Heronden is a very detailed English mantel with a dentil cornice and delicately carved frieze. The center tablet features a vase surrounded with swag and foliage motifs. The legs are ornamented with carved bellflowers tied with ribbons and surmounted by end-blockings with Athenian urn enrichments.
A fine English fireplace mantel featuring an allegorical scene of a woman playing the lyre. Fluting is featured on jambs and frieze, the jambs are also embellished with carved round paterae and are surmounted by end-blockings decorated with carved urns.
The Flixton is a Tudor-style fireplace mantel with a characteristic arched opening, recessed spandrels, plain jambs and beveled inside edge. The front of the frieze is embellished with a grace vine design.
A simple and elegant mantel piece with a breakfront shelf and inner moldings running along the hearth opening. A strong architectural piece that will complement a variety of decors.