Slate mantels

Slate fire surrounds were popular at the end of the Victorian era and Edwardian times. They were almost always painted to look like more expensive marbles but in plain black slate they provide a nice counterpoint to the more ornate tiled inserts popular from 1880 to around 1914

These mantels are unfortunately no longer available

 

The Slate Mantel 56

The Slate Mantel 56

gesm22

An imposing Edwardian style black slate mantel with simple corbels, block feet with moulding above and moulded edge to the shelf.

NO LONGER AVAILABLE (was £790)

  • Size
  • Shelf Width
    56 inches (142 cm)
  • Mantel Height
    46 inches (117 cm)
  • Opening Width
    up to 39 inches (99 cm)
  • Opening Height
    36 inches (92 cm)
  • Shelf Depth
    10 inches (25.5 cm)
  • Mantel Body Depth
    5 inches (12.75 cm)
  • Rebate
    1-3 inches (2.5 - 7.5 cm)
  • Shown with the Brecon fireplace insert (now discontinued)
  • Shown with granite hearth
The Slate Mantel 63

The Slate Mantel 63

gesm23

An imposing Edwardian style black slate mantel with simple corbels, block feet with moulding above and moulded edge to the shelf.

NO LONGER AVAILABLE (was £870 )

  • Size
  • Shelf Width
    63 inches (160 cm)
  • Mantel Height
    46 inches (117 cm)
  • Opening Width
    up to 39 inches (99 cm)
  • Opening Height
    36 inches (92 cm)
  • Shelf Depth
    10 inches (25.5 cm)
  • Mantel Body Depth
    5 inches (12.75 cm)
  • Rebate
    1-3 inches (2.5 - 7.5 cm)
  • Shown with the Brecon fireplace insert (now discontinued)
  • Shown with granite hearth