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Zora Architectural Fragment

Aidan Gray

Inspired by pieces of hand-carved wood tracery from larger ornate carvings, our Zora Architectural Fragment sits atop a simple metal base, which means it fits smartly into any design scheme that is begging for a hint of patina and charisma. Carved from birch that has been treated to an antique gold finish, the symbol of kings and emperors stands 15-inches tall so it fits as easily into bookshelves as it does atop a stack of books on an accent table.
SKU D355
UPC Code 00842210102026
Color/Finish Antique Gold Leaf
Color Antique Gold Leaf
Shipping Box Width 5.5 IN
Shipping Box Height 17 IN
Shipping Box Depth 11IN
Material 1 Wood (birch)
Height 15 IN
Width 3 IN
Length 8.5 IN
Width of Base 3

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