archway

Part of a carved wooden archway, made from teak wood. . A carved wooden pillar, square in cross section at the top and bottom section, with a cylindrical central section. The cylindrical section is carved throughout with vertical lines of flower designs and peacock feathers. At the top, the two sides which face outwards are completely plain. From one of these, a baton extends from the top edge, this acts as a supporting beam between this and another post. On to this, lettering has been applied, which reads’ Indian Archway’. Underneath the beam are two batons, between which a carved panel slots (This connects to part 29). The face to the right of this has two batons, between which a carved panel slots. (This also connects to part 29) This is marked with a large sticker reading ‘B1’. The final face, has one baton and a carved section (This connects to part 23).

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