Oval Stone Trough

c. 1850
W: 28.0" D: 13.5" H: 7.0"
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This limestone trough was made over 150 years ago in the Shanxi region of China. It was carved out of a solid block of limestone by a Chinese stonemason and has an elegantly simple form. The basin may once have been used as a trough rural estate. We love its organic form as a planter year round in our Chicago garden.

This trough has been drilled with two drainage holes for use as a planter.

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