Betumal - (Furniture) Glossary of Antique Terms B

Betumal - (Furniture) Pronounced “Beat-um-all”. Trade name for a telephone stand made by the H. T. Cushman Company in North Bennington, Indiana from 1910 until the 1950s. This telephone stand had a hinged stool that folded under the table when not in use. Other more advanced features, such as a built-in directory, could be added for an extra cost.


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