An old cider mill stone from Herefordshire of typical bevelled form with a large square aperture through the middle now raised on an associated round stone base. This stone has an attractive weathered patination and could be reused as an unusual round seat with perhaps aromatic herbs such as thyme planted in the centre.
18th or 19th century
Central aperture 10" x 10" x 15" deep.
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