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mantelshelf

[man-tl-shelf] /ˈmæn tlˌʃɛlf/
noun, plural mantelshelves.
1.
mantel (def 2).
Origin
1820-1830
1820-30; mantel + shelf
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  • The fireplace and wood bookcase share a continuous wood mantelshelf.
  • The mantels in both the dining room and the north room have an architrave and mantelshelf held by pilasters.
  • The mantels have engaged columns supporting a plain mantelshelf and a wide and unornamented frieze.

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