Part of a carved wooden archway, made from teak wood. A short, undecorated piece of wood, with the long ends cut at a 45 degree angle. On the bottom, there is a shallow rectangular slot at one end a smaller square slot at the other. A sticker on this side is marked 'Right Top. Top of columns'. From one of the long edges, a baton is attached. On the opposite side, two thinner pieces of baton create a slot between them. (Part 10 slots into this). A label with this part is marked 'Top of F6/M6/B6'. (This piece sits on top of posts 16 and 19)
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