He stood leaning upon the overmantel, his foot upon one of the dogs of the fender, and considered what to do.
He walked leisurely to the fire-place, and leant his elbow on the overmantel.
All went to the timber yard—every bit except some little pieces worked up in the Lady Chapel, and 'ere in this overmantel.
“It is an overmantel, my dear,” she had said to dubious Anastasia, when it was brought home.
The overmantel usually had a carved panel, but later, during the sixteenth century, this was sometimes replaced by a picture.
Mantel, overmantel and matching cupboards cover one entire wall, the chimney end of the room.
She withdrew her hand, and tidied her hair in the mirror of the overmantel.
He leaned his elbow on the overmantel and rested his brow against his clenched right hand, and stood so awhile in moody thought.
On the overmantel the pulse of time beat on from a little wooden clock.
Then he turned his attention to the group standing by the window, where the light from the overmantel fell full upon it.