A large bow-fronted sandstone trough from Kempsey in Worcestershire. This is an unusually large trough for it's type and it formerly held a large conifer which has slightly inhibited the amount of moss growing on it by keeping it very dry. The sides have some hairline cracks following natural laminations in the stone but it is reasonably sound overall.
19th or 20th century.
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