Marble mantles were common throughout the Victorian era, with Carrara marble perhaps the most popular choice. Limestone provides a more contemporary interpretation of the traditional styles shown here.
Mantels with product codes beginning gesm can be made to order in different sizes. Samples of the stone material can be posted out before an order is taken.
Stone Fire Surrounds with classical styling
Stone Fire Surrounds that don't have rectangular fire openings.
These are mainly round arches but includes some other shapes.
Bullseyes or Roundels at the top of the mantel legs were a common featue of Georgian Chimneypieces.
The corbel is the protruding feature at the top of the legs of these mantels supporting the mantel shelf. The corbel is often the most decorative part of a fire surround.
Less ornate mantels that will fit on the smaller chimney breast
Less ornate mantels that will fit on larger chimney breast
Less ornate mantels that will fit on large chimney breasts