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Part of a disc used as a stupa parasol (chattra) support. The carved underside consisted (on the analogy of BM 1952.1024.2) of a flat circular surface as gynoccium in the centre, now lost; radiating stamens, still just visible; a row of plain petals; and a centrally grooved, double-outlined row of petals which forms a hump as on BM 1952.1024.2. In between the ends of the petals of this row are opening lotuses seen from the side, and the rounded edge has cross-hatching continued a little onto the flat top.
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Diameter: 14 centimetres
Height: 4.50 centimetres
Width: 28.50 centimetres
- Not on display
- 1.Grey schist, broken, chipped and abraded.
2.Upper face flat and smooth; badly broken along edges.
3.Curved ridge on underside badly worn.
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