Gold and Orange/Red Marbled Fluted Column, 6' 5.5"



This 6' 5 1/2" tall plaster column features a striking Corinthian capital, fluting, and a square molded base. It has a red-orange faux marble finish with light colored "veining" and a gold painted capital and off-white base with gold accents. Ornate acanthus leaves decorate the capital. A classic, stunning architectural piece. Column: Weight 104 Lbs, 12 1/4"(L) x 12 1/4"(W) x 52 1/2"(H) Capital: Weight 22 Lbs, 16 1/2"(L) x 16 1/2"(W) x 13 1/8"(H) Base: Weight 30 Lbs, 17 1/4"(L) x 18 1/2"(W) x ~12"(H)- this was unevenly upon removal, height will vary slightly. Assembled: 18 1/2"(L) x 17 1/4"(W) x 77 1/2"(H) Weight: 156 Lbs Condition: Good salvaged condition. Chips along upper and lower edges of column. Capital has chipped corner. Finish missing inside of one groove of the fluting. One side of base is raw and unfinished as this was installed against a wall when in place. This column was salvaged from the Kean Estate, a 17,000 square-foot mansion sat atop the highest point in Livingston, New Jersey. This Georgian style stone mansion was the original home of 10-term U.S. Congressman Robert W. Kean, father of former Governor Thomas Kean. This sprawling residence features 14 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, and 15 fireplaces. The Kean Estate, and items from it, is featured on Episode 6, Season 11, of the DIY Network Show, "Salvage Dawgs".

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