Maker: Unknown, but likely made in Tennessee

Material: Mahogany veneer over two secondary woods

Year: Circa 1830Size: 55.25" tall by 24.5" wide by 73.25" deep

2016.01.34 BMA Purchase from the Bush Cole estate

According to family, Cole's first wife is decsended from someone who bought it at the Belmont estate sale after Adelicia's death. It is believed the piece originally belonged to Issac Franklin at Fairview but was brought to Belmont by Adelicia.


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Belmont Blvd & Acklen Avenue 

Nashville, TN 37212


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Nashville, TN 37212


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