Accessories with a Neoclassical Architectural Bent

  • 1760 Form Large Urns (left); 1810 Eternal – Federal Urns (Flame) (right)
  • 1800 Harmony Pedestals (left); 1810 Eternal – Federal Urns (Flame) (right)
  • 1790 Balance Pedestal
  • Jorge Arango

The Hull Historical division of the Ft. Worth–based Brent Hull Companies—renowned for its top-tier millwork and preservation—has unveiled the limited-edition Brent Hull Signature collection of neoclassical architectural elements to celebrate the work of its founder, Brent Hull. The initial pieces in the collection ($3,800 to $6,800 to the trade) include the 1800 Harmony Pedestal, a 42-inch Federal-style pedestal featuring scalloped corners and hand-gouged dentils (available in stained mahogany or glazed in any of 15 historic colors); the 1790 Balance Pedestal; the 1810 Eternal Federal Urn in three sizes; and the 1760 Form Large Urns. (817.332.1495, www.brenthullsignature.com)

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