An exquisite antique hand carved Federal poplar 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 mantel's top edge is beveled, moving down to a scoop pattern border. Below the projecting shelf is a unique rectangle and dart patterned trim. Below are panels made up of beautifully fluted starburst, fan and oval details. The mantel's legs are also fluted, giving each the appearance of a square doric column. The mantel is in very good condition. It measures 91" wide, 61" tall and 9-1/8" deep, and has a firebox opening of approximately 55-1/2" wide and 40" tall. A coordinating mantel from the same home is also available for purchase, NFPM19-RW. Doors, windows, and wainscoting from the same house are also available.