Gargoyle

Anton Teutenberg, Sculptor

Circa 1867
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Maker and Role
Anton Teutenberg, Sculptor
Production Date
Circa 1867
Description
Gargoyle, carved stone. Carved by Anton Teutenberg c.1867, likely for the now demolished Shortland Street Post Office. Includes carved cylindrical hole through mouth (a spout) so the rainwater would not run down the building wall.

Originally stored at Sylvia Park, under the Numismatic Society.
Media/Materials
Inorganic/Stone
Inorganic/Stone/Limestone
Accession No
1972.289
Credit Line
Anton Teutenberg. Circa 1867. Gargoyle, 1972.289. The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).
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