Stone Trough

c. 1900
W: 20.75" D: 9.5" H: 6.0"
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Once a common sight in courtyards throughout rural China, this textured stone vessel was used as a grain trough for chickens and other barnyard fowl. Chiseled from a block of granite over a century ago, the sculptural trough charms with its uneven surface, textured interior, and asymmetrical contours. Recently drilled at the base with a small drainage hole, the trough makes a wonderful planter, perfect for hens-and-chicks and other lush succulents.

Additional Dimensions:
Interior: 17.25"W x 6"D x 3.75"H

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