An old salvaged limestone feature from Lincolnshire, consisting of a hexagonal stone raised on a large tapered square base. The hexagonal stone is carved with a continuous gothic arch with alternate shields and heads although most of the detail is lost due to weathering. There is a square recess in the centre which may be planted with drought resistant plants such as succulents or pelargoniums. The origin of the carved stone is uncertain but one explanation is that it could have been the base stone for a preaching cross. The combination makes a unique and interesting architectural element for a garden.
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