Whole French Acanthus Carved Island Column

This Acanthus carved column is perfect as a kitchen island support or for a variety of building projects. Reflecting classic Roman architecture, the solid wood column features a finely carved urn leaf pattern. Arrives ready to finish. Available in a variety of hardwood species.Technical Details 3-3/4" wide x 3-3/4" thick x 35-1/4" high overall Upper square section is 9-3/8" high; lower is 6" high Available in hard maple, cherry, and alder Unfinished wood

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