C. 1850’s, New York, NY. Measurements: 60"W x 46.5"H. Firebox Opening: 39"W x 36"H.
For believers in secret gardens, eternal love, and maximum romance. Elaborate carvings of cascading blooms pair with angled spandrels for an added sense of opulence. Overflowing urns and lush bouquets envelop the hearth for a magical experience inside the home.
We traced the origins of our Ester mantel to this very special home in the historic West Village, once belonging to David Yurman and Mary E. Kaplan.
The trustees of Trinity Church created 66 Morton Street in 1852, five years after creating the third Trinity Church, a national landmark that still exists today. The house was built with nine original fireplace mantels with this one pictured in the entry parlor, reflecting the grandeur and craftsmanship of its time. Notable exterior features include polygonal bay windows and a bowed facade, the only one of its kind in the West Village.
This house has also enjoyed a cinematic past. Imagine the stories it could tell. In fact, the house was Harrison Ford’s residence in "Working Girl"; Matthew Broderick’s in "The Night We Never Met" and Winona Ryder’s in "Autumn in New York".
Shipping & Delivery
Shipping is available within the contiguous 48 states only.
For Cast Iron: $100 will be added to checkout to be shipped via UPS within the contiguous 48 states only.
For Mantels: Shipping fees will be calculated at check out and vary based on your location. Estimate between $600-$900 depending on locations outside of the Washington, DC area.
Orders are arranged for delivery through a third party private carrier and include full cargo insurance. We will email you a confirmation with a delivery window.
Expect 2-4 weeks for your mantel to arrive, depending on your location. All orders require a signature at the time of delivery.
If you wish to have shipping expedited or have any special needs, please email firstname.lastname@example.org immediately after purchase. We are happy to price out alternative shipping options for you and will invoice you separately for that incremental cost.
If you live in the Washington D.C. area and would like to pick up your mantel in person, select "local pick-up" at checkout. We love to meet our customers!
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We have a network of installers in the Northeast and Midwest areas that have experience with our antique mantels. If you need an installer recommendation before purchasing, please email us. Generally installations run between $2,500-$3,500 depending on your location and scope of work.
Does the price include installation?
No. The installers work with their own insurance and customize quotes based on your demo and finishing needs.
What if I don't need the cast iron and would prefer to purchase without?
Please email us for a quotation without the cast iron components.
Does the mantel include the hearth?
Hearth purchases are available separately and are a custom order. Email us for a quote.
Will you store my mantel until I am ready for installation?
Yes. We will store your mantel at no cost for up to 90 days. After 90 days we will charge a storage fee.