0028 - Early American Hand Hewn 64.5" Mantel

$564.30

Bring your room to life with old-world character. The original solid wood beam was harvested in North America and hand hewn sometime in the early-to-mid 19th century, with the original markings still intact. Our craftsmen have carefully repurposed this piece of natural history as a gorgeous fireplace mantel, purpose-built to create an inviting space in your home. 


Care has been taken to preserve the texture of the old growth. The finished piece has been lightly sanded, additionally, an early American stain and protective matte finish have been applied.



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The Details

Dimensions Details Quality Care

Dimensions

Length: 64.5" Inches In Width

Total Dimensions: 64.5" long , 7” x 6” wide

Weight: 85 pounds

Details

  • Old World lumber provides two brackets for installation, sold separately.
  • Wood is a combustible material. Proper clearances from heat sources (fireplaces, stoves, etc.) must be strictly followed. Customer is responsible for ensuring safe installation and compliance with local building codes and/or manufacturer’s instructions for the customer’s specific fireplace, insert or stove.
  • Old World Lumber is not responsible for faulty or inadequate installation.
  • Every installation is unique depending on the framing, blocking, surface and stage of construction.
  • Please note OWL’s delivery service does not include installation. We strongly recommend professional installation of the mantel in order to securely anchor the product to the wall, preventing risk of damage or serious injury.

Quality

Crafted in America by our own master craftsman. American and imported materials.

Care

  • Do not place hot items directly on surface and use coasters under beverages to prevent marks and stains
  • Wipe with a soft, dry cloth; avoid the use of harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaning materials