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Column Base Attic (CPBF-AT-ACBSOG)

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Measurements: 6 in. – 24 in.
Style: Attic
Finish: Antique Copper, Brass, Olympic Gold
Material: Endura-Stone

Select base diameter (inside diameter to fit columns). *

If you are buying this base to install in your own shaft, please note that the inside diameter is usually smaller by about 3/8″ than factory specifications. Ex. Bases for 10″ diameter columns, comes with inside diameter of 9-5/8″ approximately. We DO NOT guarantee that this base will fit exactly in your own shaft.

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Attic Base Tuscan Capital
Plinth Torus Total Echinus Abacus Total
Shaft Dia. A B C D E F B-F E F G E-F











Column Specifications

Additional information

Weight 16 lbs
Dimensions 13.5 × 13.5 × 13.5 in



Antique Copper, Brass, Olympic Gold


8 in. x 3-1/3 in.



Endura-Stone™ Columns are architecturally proportioned columns manufactured from rotocast, Fiberglass-Reinforced Polymer (FRP) – the most advanced construction material in the world. With Flame Guard™, Endura-Stone™ Columns have become the first FRP column to achieve the distinction of passing an industry test (ASTME, 84-01) that measures the flame spread and smoke development of building components in a fire. Pound for pound they are stronger than concrete columns, steel columns, stone columns, wood columns, or aluminum columns. With the look and feel of natural stone, Endura-Stone™ columns are the most popular column for both interior columns and exterior columns. FRP columns offer exceptionally low maintenance, the look-and-feel of natural stone, and a range of applications unequalled by conventional wood columns.  They are non-porous, waterproof, and impervious to termite and carpenter ant attack as well as staining and decaying fungi.  High-humidity environments that are so hard on wood columns have no effect on these FRP columns; they are rot-proof because they absorb virtually no moisture. In fact, temperature extremes and thermal cycling have very little effect on FRP columns.

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