Charming 1902 Victorian Gingerbread Spandrel, Sold by the Linear FOOT



We salvaged this charming gingerbread spandrel from a circa 1902 Queen Anne Victorian home in Virginia. The pine spandrel is 11.25" tall and features 2" diameter beehive-like spool spindles spaced every 4 3/8" from each other. The bottom rail has double beading running along the center of both sides. Condition: This gingerbread is in good condition and, while it shows some scuffs, dings and nicks, it remains quite sturdy for its age. The paint is chipping, flaking and scuffed as expected with age. History: This trim was salvaged from a circa 1902 Queen Anne Victorian house in Timberville, Virginia, known locally as the John Hoover House. The house and items from it are featured on Season 10, Episode 11, of the Diy Network show, "Salvage Dawgs". We currently have the following lengths available: - 8' 6" (102") - 9' 1" (109") - 9' 1" (109") - 9' 3" (111") If you would like piece smaller than those listed, a $35 cut charge will be applied to your order.

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