Stunning golden oak choir pew front. Could be used as a bar front or room divider. It came from a church in Liverpool and is roughly 1910-1920s. It has four carvings on the ends (one on each end inside and out) with each being slightly different. Two of the carvings depict a ships keel so it possibly has maritime affiliation. The other carvings show vine and oak leaves which is quite typical in churches and, the carvings along the front include long branches all the way along.