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Chimneys and Stone · Mantels
Chimneys and Stone from Old Cabins and Barns
The traditional pioneer fireplace chimney in the Appalachian Mountains was built from sandstone or limestone, the most plentiful and easiest material to work. We have complete and partial stone chimneys in both, as well as recycled stone.
Shown here are some examples of what we have, contact us by email or telephone (304.497.2300) to request what you need.
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Grinding Stone Set. Click the picture for larger view.
Hand Cut Stone Trough. Click the picture for larger view.
Cut Stone Mantel Surround. Click the picture for larger view.
Cut Barn Stone. Click picture for more information.
Click on the picture for larger view and another view of the Booth Chimney
This is the nicest stone fireplace we've seen. Circa 1806, this hand cut sandstone fireplace is 7' high and 8' wide. It has the original pot cranes. Adjacent to the hand cut fireplace is a handmade wall cabinet. Click on the picture for more photos and details.
Vintage Southern Hand Cut Sandstone Chimney, two story and 5 ft. wide. This relic of days gone by is the only survivor of an old woodland home and is in great condition as it presides over the two story home which it helped to heat for generations. Pay close attention to the massive hand cut square block. 2nd picture, 3rd picture
Cut Stone Chimney
White House Chimney
2nd White House Chimney
Click on a mantel picture for a larger view. These are examples of the mantels we may have in stock at any given time, if you don't see what you are looking for just ask.
A faux finished mantel hand painted in a wood grain pattern.
mantel left is an antique from the 1840's.
Another 1840's mantel.
Antique beams make excellent fireplace mantels. We can supply the raw beams for you to finish, or we can recommend a woodworker who can complete the mantel to your specifications.
As shown here, this hand-hewn Chestnut mantel retains all the character and patina of age. The beam was supplied by Vintage Log and Lumber, the mantel and supports constructed by Bob Hoffa of Alterra Furniture in Renick WV.
Don't see it here? We can find it!