Stately antique Federal wood mantel, salvaged from an 1823 home in Columbia, Tennessee, outside Nashville. The house was designed by architect Nathan Vaught and finished in 1823 for Major John Brown II, who named the house “Annoatuck,” an Indian word meaning “a windy hill.” The fireplace begins in a squared projecting mantel shelf, moving down to a body of beveled edges and recessed panels. The mantel's legs have three stair-stepped levels with curving details in the outermost section. The mantel measures approximately 83" wide, 60" tall and 10" deep, and has a firebox opening of approximately 54-1/2" wide and 42-3/4" tall. Coordinating mantels from the same home are also available for purchase, NFPM18-RW and NFPM19-RW. Doors, windows, and wainscoting from the same house are also available.
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