Salvaged Antique Turned Newel Post, 19th CenturySalvaged Antique Turned Newel Post, 19th CenturySalvaged Antique Turned Newel Post, 19th Century

An fantastic antique newel post, reclaimed from a house in Columbia, Tennessee, and dating from the 19th century. The house was designed by architect Nathan Vaughn and finished in 1823 for Major John Brown II, who named the house “Annoatuck,” an Indian word meaning “a windy hill.” This turned newel features a slender silhouette with clean lines and a ball newel cap. The newel is in good antique condition with the expected wear (as pictured.) It measures approx. 3-1/2” wide and 59” tall. There is a coordinating newel available under #NNP164-RW.

Item ID: NNP164-RW

Salvaged Antique Turned Newel Post, 19th Century

$225 USD

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