Furrowed Stone Well Head

c. 1850
$8,800 USD
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W: 36.0" D: 18.0" H: 44.75"
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This monumental stone disc is actually a Qing-dynasty well head from China's Hebei province. Hand-carved from a solid block of granite, the ring has a highly textured surface of orderly furrows, similar to those found on a mill stone. The opposite side has been left in its natural state, with irregular texture and mottled coloring. One of the four essential elements of a balanced garden, stone sculptures such as this anchor their surroundings. This sculptural form elegantly frames a viewpoint. Set vertically on a custom steel mount, this simple architectural object is a singular outdoor statement, a piece of history to frame and elevate your garden.

Steel base is treated for exterior use.

Additional Dimensions:
Base: 29"W x 18"D x 1.25"H

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