archway

Part of a carved wooden archway, made from teak wood. A small wooden panel, roughly shaped like a right angled triangle with the right angle on the top right and a scalloped curve cut from the long edge. Both front and back are carved with a flower. The long, right edge is marked ‘LXXXI’ and ‘IR’ (this slots into part 15) and ‘NPL L9’ is written in red pencil. The top edge is marked ‘LXXXIV’ (this slots into part 21).

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