noun: A decorative structure or an ornamental panel situated above a mantelpiece.
Angliško žodžio naudojimo pavyzdys:
The lots include two 19th century Chinese barrel-shaped garden seats (£1,500-£2,000); an ornate giltwood overmantel mirror from the late 19th century (£1,000-£1,500); a pair of French faux-crocodile-skin binoculars (£500-£800); and a late 18th century English stained and painted model of a 62-gun ship (yours for £2,000-£4,000).
Reaching the front door, she opened it and shut it again hard, using the music of the bells to cover her stealthy return through the maze of Edwardian dining chairs, assorted cabinets, and overmantel mirrors.
They were named Skinner, Mr. and Mrs. Skinner, and Mr. Bensington interviewed them in a small room with hermetically sealed windows, a spotted overmantel looking-glass, and some ailing calceolarias.
And the tremendous skull of the great hog of Oakham hung, a portentous ivory overmantel, with a Chinese jar in either eye socket, snout down above the fire ....
The other three stood by the fireplace, Rudi leaning against the overmantel.