Bolm home front elevation

Bolm home front elevation

Front door — Mansbendel & Weigl detail

Front door — Mansbendel & Weigl detail

Fireplace mantle — Carved white oak and cast stone by Mansbendel

Fireplace mantle — Carved white oak and cast stone by Mansbendel

Fireplace mantle — carved detail

Fireplace mantle — carved detail

Fireplace mantle — carved detail

Fireplace mantle — carved detail

Carved acanthus designed ceiling beams in white oak — Mansbendel

Carved acanthus designed ceiling beams in white oak — Mansbendel

Carved acanthus designed ceiling beams in white oak — Mansbendel

Carved acanthus designed ceiling beams in white oak — Mansbendel

Dining room Tudor plaster — attributed to Mansbendel

Dining room Tudor plaster — attributed to Mansbendel

Tudor doorway — attributed to Mansbendel

Tudor doorway — attributed to Mansbendel

Fireplace chimney carved in Austin stone with dwarf warming his hands

Fireplace chimney carved in Austin stone with dwarf warming his hands

Example Frame

AD Bolm

Architect/Builder: Hugo Kuehne Sr.
Year: 1929
Style: Tudor Revival
Areas of Significance: Art, Architecture
City: Austin

AD BOLM HOME IN AUSTIN
This home was built 1929 in the Old Enfield area of Austin. Mr. A.D. Bolm was a rancher then later founded Austin Laundry and Dry Cleaners. This home features beams, mantle and a carved dwarf in bas relief on the fireplace all carved by Peter Mansbendel. The home also features Weigl ironwork.
Contact Us | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy  | © 2012 Texas Woodcarver. All rights reserved. | PO Box 270120 | Flower Mound, TX 75027-0120 | Ph 972.874.3677