These can be seen in Stourbridge. They are not quite the same pattern as the previous pair, but were also made in Birmingham. Again, the top half is laid down and the base remains upright.

What is particularly impressive with these is the quality of the capitals. They are complete with lillywork, network and pomegranites. I don't really know why the globes were rendered as they are, but they appear to be original.The yew maul in the background is one of three - quite lovely.

The height difference in these (original) pieces is quite obvious. It's a pity the repairer of the other two was unaware of it. It is also of note that no fluting appears on either of them.