Category:Fireplace mantels

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English: Fireplace mantel or mantelpiece, also known as a chimneypiece, originated in medieval times as a hood that projected over a grate to catch the smoke. The term has evolved to include the decorative framework around the fireplace, and can include elaborate designs extending to the ceiling.
マントルピース (ja); manteau de cheminée (fr); Brace (sco); mantell de xemeneia (ca); Bözzem (nds-nl); לזבז לאח (he); schouw (nl); 壁爐架 (zh-hant); 壁炉架 (zh-cn); 壁炉架 (zh-hans); fireplace mantel (en); mantelpiece (en-gb); Sjouw (li); каминска рамка (mk); 壁爐架 (zh) framework around a fireplace (en); מסגרת מסביב לאח (he); haard (nl) mantell de llar de foc (ca); fireplace mantel, chimneypiece, mantel, fireplace surround (en-gb); לִזְבֵּז, לַזְבֵּז (he); 壁炉架 (zh); mantelpiece, chimneypiece, mantel, fireplace surround (en)
fireplace mantel 
framework around a fireplace
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