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pirl wrote: It's been disintegrating for years now but I still love the look of it. I've tried turning it upside down but then some of the beauty of the base is lost.
Height on high side: 20
Height on low side: 17
Width of top: 15 (must have been 18" originally)
It's about 30 years old. I bought it for a former garden in a former home but couldn't leave it behind. The disintegration hasn't stopped entirely but has slowed down considerably since the thinnest portion of the top fell off in chunks years ago.
It is very heavy!
Any thoughts or ideas on how to use it in the garden would be appreciated.