Zen Chozubachi in cornish ganite

Or simply a bird bath or water feature...

A Chozubachi is a stone water-basin used by Buddhist Monks during the Kamakura (13th century) period. Originally these stone containers were located outside temples and shrines. They were filled with pure water and used for cleansing the hands and wetting the mouth before entering.

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