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Size : 34 cm dia. x 28 cm high x 9 cm deep
13½ ins dia. x 11 ins high x 3½ ins deep
The Romans were the first to extensively use wood for piping in their comparatively sophisticated water and heating systems, and wood went on being used until the invention of cast iron in the 19th century, followed by concrete and plastics in the mid-20th century.
|Height||28.00 cm||(11.02 inches)|