The top was made from one board measuring 14″ wide.

The mantel consisted of a 2″ thick top, sitting over a 4″ thick box, held up with curved corbels.  We made a custom molding to transition between the top and the box.

The Mantel was installed and surrounding area prepared for application of stone.  The box portion of the mantel is hollow, and behind it was a very clever way of mounting the mantel that Jess designed, which was both invisible and strong.

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