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Acanthus Corbel Series


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Acanthus Medium Acanthus Bracket
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Acanthus Large Acanthus Bracket
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Corbels are similar to brackets. Corbels are frequently used to support shelving, fireplace mantels, and bars. Corbels can be used to actually support weight or can be used for purely decorative purposes. If you are looking for particularly attractive corbels, take a peek at acanthus leaf corbels.

The stylized acanthus leaf, a symbol of wealth and prosperity, has been used to decorate architectural features since the times of the ancient Greeks. First used on the capitals of Corinthian order columns, stylized acanthus leaves continue to be a popular decorative motif today. The best of this design can be seen with acanthus leaf corbels.

Acanthus Series corbels are available in several sizes, ranging from extra small to jumbo, for your convenience. Because of this, you can use acanthus leaf corbels throughout your room or throughout your home for jobs both large and small. This will give your home’s interior a finished, polished appearance.

Acanthus Series corbels are made from wood. Wood has many benefits as a building material. The texture of wood has a feel that is inviting to the touch. Wood also looks terrific whether painted or stained. Wood acanthus leaf corbels will lend a feel of classical elegance wherever they are used.

Acanthus Series corbels might just be right for your home