A wonderful English two part staddle stone in mushroom form. Staddle stones were used as the foundation pieces primarily for granaries and hayricks to raise them up off the ground and prevent vermin and water seepage. Their unique design prevented mice, etc from climbing into the building from the ground. A photo example has been added to this listing. This particular staddle stone probably dates to the 18th century or earlier with great patina and moss coverage on the top, and would make a great addition to your garden or landscaping decor. Very good overall condition, with some edge losses, scuffs, and expected wear from exterior use. Dimensions: Approximately 19” H x 34” diameter, with a 17” square base. Ref: 10973


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New Hampshire Antique Co-op

Early English Two Part Staddle Stone in Mushroom Form


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