Our Reclaimed Wood Corbels can be used in conjunction with a fireplace mantel or they can be used with most any applicable shelves. Each piece is unique and variations will apply. Each and every piece is taken from barns dating from the late 1700's through the early 1900's. Some have original hand hewing, circle saw markings, knots, nail holes and other markings. These are designed to utilize bracket mounting hardware that is included with the piece. Each piece is routed out in the back so the bracket plates are embedded into the wood and the piece fits flush against the wall.
Our handcrafted reclaimed wood corbels are made from the same pieces as our mantels and shelves. They are sold in sets of 2 and every set is unique with many grain variations, knots, etc. The corbels come with a hidden hanger and each piece is routed out precisely to properly fit the mounting hardware which is pre-installed for easy mounting.
Images shown are a representation of the pieces you will receive - we can send you photos before we ship your item if you would like! Keep in mind, these are authentic reclaimed pieces of wood here, no two are the same!
Size: (custom sizes available upon request)
Thickness (varies) 3"
Finishing: We offer a Finished piece, which is finished with a boiled linseed oil mixture. We also offer an Unfinished option, which you can leave as is, stain it yourself, or seal it with some sort of poly or shellac. Other options include a beautiful Early American Stain and our ever popular White-Washed.
Cut ends: Finished to blend in
Special traits: Reclaimed, Rustic, Solid, Barn Wood
Installation: Mounting hardware is provided with this piece. The product has been routed out to receive the brackets. ***Installation may require more than just the provided hardware. Always use common sense and make sure your corbels are properly secured to the wall regardless of the provided hardware. ***
Custom requests: We can fulfill nearly any custom request from sizes, to colors to characteristics.
All of our materials comes from barns and other structures dating to the late 1700s through early 1900s in Pennsylvania and Eastern Maryland.
Unfinished, Oiled, Early American Stain, White Washed