A stunningly weathered and eroded 19th century groyne pillar cap, likely made from elm. It would make the most beautiful outdoor feature.
Very large and extremely heavy- you will need two very strong people to collect.
The wood is solid and dry, beautifully encrusted, and the iron work has the perfect patina.
A rare and evocative thing, perfect for any nautical setting, and a terrific piece of salvage not to be missed.
Base 48cm x 48cm
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