Pair Antique Corbels Porch eave Bracket Shabby Vintage Chic for Bookshelf

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Nice pair of antique wood corbels from a porch. These corbels have old faded pale paint.  white painted  with a  great aged and crackled patina. They make great shelf brackets.( see example of  bookshelf  made  with
corbels)You will receive one  that resembles  the one in the picture---not the exact one. . Great old paint, left as is, or stripped - these are very nice  antique vintage Victorian eave support bracket, long &  great as a support for counters, eaves, sink tops. These  vintage decorative Corbels are made of solid wood  and can become components for custom mantels, special bars,  or Bookends, wall decorations, functional shelf brackets, and furniture parts are all possibilities. Corbels can also be located beneath ceiling beams or in cased openings.
I have 15 pair  of these Corbels.  Price is for one pair.
Size : 21  inches long  - They are at  least  5  inches wide and very thick and heavy- 
I   imagine these could be  heart pine since they are so old and heavy. Stripped  they would be beautiful or great as is!
These are handsome corbels with a gothic look. 
Great decorating pieces - or even re-use in a restoration project.
They  have been stored in my attic for 30 years so  not exposed to weather-nicks & dings  but good shape for 100+ year old 
The Victorian OLD CORBELS are constructed very beautifully and they add
shabby/chic sophistication, to your house. The corbels are   from the style and creativeness that was used during the 1920's Era, still very popular  today but hard to find these old corbels! 
These came from old Alabama homes and date back to the early 1900s. As you can see in the photos they are old but nothing out of character on such pieces. They can be easily painted to match your style and décor.
What an elegant way to add an authentic Victorian flavor to your property. 
The original collector of these architectural spindles began collecting antiques, and antique architectural accesories from the many old homes that were torn down in Montgomery from the years 1935- 1970 and storing them in his warehouse with the intent of eventually building a home with them.

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