Pair of American Masonic Painted Pine Pedestals

Pair of American Masonic Painted Pine Pedestals

Ref: T1036

This pair of pedestals were found in an old Colorado mining town hall. They have a white washed finish and display a square moulded edge top above a frieze with brass, bail handles. They are raised on short, square columns carved with a holly berry garland flanking a large masonic G monogram and other masonic symbols including a square and a compass. They sit atop a wide, stepped square plinth base with caster feet.

c. 1880
W 18 D 18 H 25 in.
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