archway

Part of a carved wooden archway, made from teak wood. A short length of wood with a short narrow joint protruding from one end and two from the other. This end is marked 'XXXV'. One face has a shallow trench cut in the centre inside which is marked 'XC' ( Panel 30 slots into this), at one side of this it is intricately carved, this continues round on the connecting face. The other two faces are plain, with the wider one being marked with a sticker marked 'A2'. A label with the object is marked 'Middle 1' . This piece fits between beams 5 and 17, above posts 2 and 15.

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