Triangular Staddle Stone
Staddle stones were used as supporting bases for granaries, hay ricks, beehives and game larders. Elevating the grain or other edible provided air circulation and discouraged mice. In the United States, Staddle Stones were often used as property boundary markers. Square and triangular topped stones are less common than the mushroom style making this one an especially unique ornament.
Base is 12″ square, Top is 14 wide and it stands x 14 x 27″ tall