archway

Part of a carved wooden archway, made from teak wood. This forms the horizontal section on the rear side of the arch, between the top panel (part 24) and the posts and small panels beneath. There is a label with this part, marked 'Back 2'

A long beam, roughly rectangular in cross and with a section of wood protruding at one end. One of the narrower faces is intricately carved in the centre section at either side of this are two shallow slots. The one on the left is marked 'LXXXVI' (part 27 may slot into this) and the right ' LXXV'(Part 26 may slot into this) .

The opposite face is carved throughout and has two shallow trapezoid shaped slots, the same distance apart as on the opposite face.

The bottom face has two square holes which pass through to the other side.The left is marked 'LXXI' (part 14 slots into this) the right is marked but difficult to read (part 15 slots into this). Between the square holes and to either side of them, is a narrow trench into which the panels beneath slot. These are marked, from the left ''LXXIII', (Part 18 slots into this) 'LXXIV', (Part 19 slots into this) 'LXXVI', (Part 21 slots into this) and 'LXXVII' (Part 23 slots into this). On the left end a join protrudes on one edge (This would hold part 13 in place). There is a sticker in the middle of this face which is marked 'LXI'.

The top face has a narrow baton running along the front between the two square holes. In the centre, is a small rectangular slot. There is another such slot on the right end (joints protruding from part 24 slot into these).

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