Ceiling Tin, Filler/Border



Sold per square foot. Contact us for a list of sizes currently available! This ceiling tin filler, or border, panel features a section of staggered rows of linked circle decoration alongside a band of molding ornamented with urn and fleur-de-lis decoration. The section patterned with staggered circles is roughly 11 1/2" wide while the band of fleur-de-lis and tassel measures roughly 6 3/4" wide. Panels are coated in white flaked, chipping, paint and will vary in size and condition. This tin was salvaged from Belle-Hampton, also known as Hayfield, in Dublin, Virginia. Initially built in 1826, with additions made in 1879, this home sat on over 250 acres of farmland with a mill, granary, and meat house, as well as a commissary and blacksmithing shop on the site of a former private coal mining operation. Belle Hampton was the residence of former Soldier, Senator, and Governor of Virginia, James Hoge Tyler, and was placed on the National Register of Historic Place in 1989. This piece and other items from the estate are featured on Episode 13, Season 11, of the DIY Network Show, "Salvage Dawgs".

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