American Hancock House Painted Pine Fireplace Surround
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American Hancock House Painted Pine Fireplace Surround

DETAILS
This impressive antique, fireplace surround features a dramatic, deeply moulded, step-back mantel over a deep frieze with a center, diamond point reserve, flanked by fluted details. The jambs display double, round pilasters ending on blocks. It is a handsome addition for any wall. Note: sign and house photo are not included.
PROVENANCE
Hancock House (Worcester, MA, built circa 1741). Former plaque on house (not included) reads: Built about 1741 by Daniel Henchman on Lincoln Street and for many years owned by John Hancock: Home of Levi Lincoln, Attorney General of the United States, Levi Lincoln, Second, and John Davis, Governors of Massachusetts. Marked by the Colonel Timothy Bigelow Chapter D. A. R. 1904. Note: Daniel Henchman's (1712-62) daughter Lydia married Thomas Hancock (1703-64), who was the uncle of John Hancock. Thomas adopted John following his father's death and his mother's remarriage and willed the house to John after his death. Governor Levi Lincoln lived there from 1781 until his death in 1820. The Hancock House was moved from Lincoln Street to the corner of Grove and Lexington Streets around 1901.
LITERATURE
PERIOD
Late 18th / early 19th century
DATE
Circa 1800
DIMENSIONS
Width 75 Depth 10.25 Height 51.75 inches
Firebox: Width 44.5 Height 34 inches
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