A striking salvaged newel post in cherry, dating from the early 1900s, and found in a home in Eerie, PA. This turned newel features a cylindrical silhouette with ribbed bands and chamfered details; the top is ornamented with petite rondelles and crowned with a finial reminiscent of a spinning top. The newel is in good antique condition with the typical wear and some larger cut-outs from the base (as pictured.) It measures approx. 8-3/4” wide and 52-5/8” tall.
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