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Mendota Mantels 1250

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Live Edge Bark Base with Milled Top.  Natural Finish.

This is made from a piece of ash logged in the Appleton, Wisconsin area in 2006.  It’s kept it’s bark which is a bit unusual.  Nice aesthetics between the rustic live edge and milled smooth top.  Would work in any setting.  Modern to Traditional. Beautiful grain.

$750.00

Old Growth Wood Mantels 1244

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Rustic Live Edge with Bark Front. Natural finish.

Looking for a very rustic shorter mantel with lots of character? This is it.  It’s rare we can keep the bark on a piece, but this one insisted on keeping all of it. It has the original hand hewn bottom and top, which we sanded and filled to make it nice and smooth.

$450.00

Old Growth Wood Mantels 1245

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Rustic Hand Hewn Shelf with Corbels. Stained brown.

This is a funky rustic shelf mantel with corbels. Just a bit under five feet long.  Nothing fancy, but if you’re looking for a shorter piece that’s rustic, it’ll look great. Priced right.

$500.00

Old Growth Wood Mantels 1283

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Architectural Arched Barn Brace. Mantel or Shelf

This is a very cool piece! It is one of ten similar that I have available.

It’s a perfect example of salvaged architectural timber. It was reclaimed from the “Bear Lake Farm” barn in northern Wisconsin. This magnificent barn was one of the largest in the entire state. Possibly in the entire world I’m told.  Built by German Immigrants in the early 1900’s. This brace helped hold up the bottom floor where the milking cows were kept. I’ve milled it up some, planed off the old milk wash stain and sanded it smooth to bring out it’s wonderful grain

$650.00

Old Growth Wood Mantels 1284

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Architectural Arched Barn Brace.  Mantel or Shelf

This is a very cool piece! It is one of ten similar that I have available.

It’s a perfect example of salvaged architectural timber. It was reclaimed from the “Bear Lake Farm” barn in northern Wisconsin. This magnificent barn was one of the largest in the entire state. Possibly in the entire world I’m told.  Built by German Immigrants in the early 1900’s. This brace helped hold up the bottom floor where the milking cows were kept. I’ve milled it up some, planed off the old milk wash stain and sanded it smooth to bring out it’s wonderful grain.

$650.00

Old Growth Wood Mantels 1285

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Architectural Arched Barn Brace

This is a very cool piece! It is one of ten similar that I have available.

It’s a perfect example of salvaged architectural timber. It was reclaimed from the “Bear Lake Farm” barn in northern Wisconsin. This magnificent barn was one of the largest in the entire state. Possibly in the entire world I’m told.  Built by German Immigrants in the early 1900’s. This brace helped hold up the bottom floor where the milking cows were kept. I’ve milled it up some, planed off the old milk wash stain and sanded it smooth to bring out it’s wonderful grain.

$650.00