mantelboard [man-tl-bawrd, -bohrd] ExamplesWord Origin noun Chiefly South Midland U.S.
Origin of mantelboard First recorded in 1880–85;+ Examples from the Web for mantelboard Historical Examples of mantelboard
Then he came back to the fireplace, and leaned against the mantelboard.
In fact, it is quite a mantelboard ornament, as most of these things are.
John Nevil Maskelyne
Tunisian or point lace forms a very good edging to a mantelboard, and when a foot deep, or nearly so, it is extremely handsome.