Our ** Made in the USA ** Travertina thin-cast Stone Mantels for fireplaces come complete with an arched interior facing and a matching 3-piece stone hearth. Be inspired by the classic and timeless beauty, durability and affordability of this classic style with understated elegance. Our cast fireplace mantels have the look, feel and texture of natural limestone but are made from hybrid mixtures of gypsum, cement, aggregate and crushed stone, without the slightest aesthetic compromise. Most weigh 200 to 300 pounds and can be installed in a few hours by two people ... about 1/3 the weight of natural quarried stone. The Travertina has a multi-colored true travertine stone look and it is also available with a lighter almond buff sandstone limestone finish.
A beautiful focal point of any home, our mantels are hand-made in America with the rugged appearance of authentic stone, but with architectural design. Constructed from a combination of gypsum and fiber materials, these mantels are lightweight, non-combustible and do not shrink or swell with temperature or humidity variations and they are easily installed by homeowners often.
Need some customization in size? Complete our Stone Fireplace Mantel Dimension Worksheet and submit it to us for our designers to review. We'll try to be in touch with you within 24-48 hours! NOTE: the 36" width version of this mantel has a keystone in the arched area...
Feel free to call us (866) 983-3267 M-F.
** Competitor's similar style is not made in the USA!
Posted by Gretch on 23rd Aug 2012
This mantel system was nicely constructed. We were afraid that it would look cheap.But it was excellently put together. They give space to make adjustments to make it fit nicely around our fire box. The only thing is when you first install it dust comes off but with a good sealant it should do just fine. Very pleased.
Posted by Mary S - Gary, Indiana on 22nd Aug 2012
I wanted to first of all thank you for your time and attention regarding our order for our mantel. It is absolutely beautiful. Even the contractors were blown away by how great it looks.
Can we seal it? We really just want to take care of this beautiful piece. (editor's reply: Yes...a siloxane sealer can be used.)