Hard graft today bringing home this very large 19th.c. stone pump trough from it’s former home on Anglesey. Over four feet long, cut from a single huge block of Anglesey limestone, of unusual tapering lozenge form with attractively rounded corners and a drainage hole in the base. Internal depth (height) 12″. Attractively weathered and greened with lichen and mosses.
Dimensions: length 50″, width 22″ – 31″, height 18″.
Also from the same source a smaller feed trough or planter. Length 41″, width 19″, height 10″.