Provincial Stone Mortar

c. 1900
$3,280 USD
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H: 17.5" Dia: 19.5"
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Hand-carved from a single block of limestone, this early 20th century stone vessel was originally used as a mortar to grind rice and other raw materials. The large mortar has minimalist appeal, its simple form showcasing the natural color and texture of dense limestone. Used as a stone sink or a planter for lush greenery, the mortar's rustic form and weathered surface adds fantastic texture to any space.

Mortar is drilled with a drainage hole.

Additional Dimensions:
Diameter of Opening: 12.5"

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