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 has slatted detail and the other side is plain. On the slatted side, ‘X’ is marked on the top edge. A sticker on the object is marked ‘D1’ and a label reads ‘M6’. This part is not made of teak like the rest of the arch, so could be a later addition. (The left slots into part 4, the top into 28 and the right into 13).
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