archway

Carved wooden archway, made from teak wood. On each face a central semicircular arched panel, supported by two fluted columns, is flanked by two narrower and lower arched panels,with two outer columns. The ledges of the arches are serrated. Above and between the archways are panels decorated with carved designs. Along the top of the arch at the front is a rectangular panel with a circular motif set within a square frame at each side. That on the left is a rosette, that on the right is a depiction of a peacock.

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