Part of a carved wooden archway, made from teak wood. A rectangular panel of wood, with a curved scalloped section cut out from the bottom edge. One side is intricately carved with two interlocking makara, facing each other. There are four batons on the back, two at each of the long ends. A sticker on the back reads ‘D2’ and writing in red pencil directly on the object reads ’NPL 28’ On the top edge ‘XLIV’ is written (this slots into part 5). The left side is marked ‘XLIX’ (this slots into part 3) and on the right ‘L’ (this slots into part 4). A large label with the object was marked ‘Front 12’.
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