archway

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 a flower and leaf design. There are three batons on the back, two at one of the long ends and one on the other. A sticker on the back reads ‘D3’. On the top edge ‘LXXIII’ is written (This slots into part 17). There is a crack running along the length of this section, which is particularly wide at the top. (The left side slots into part 13 and the right side into part 14).

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