Water grinder/grinding wheel that has been disassembled; consists of parts A through J. Part A is the circular grindstone disc mounted on a cylindrical axle; the stone itself is light grey, 2" thick and approximately 15" in diameter; the axle has a metal handle on one end and a small circular wooden disc on the opposite end. Part B is the long rectangular wooden box on which the grindstone can be mounted; the wooden box appears to have been handmade; the box is 24" long, 8.5" wide and 8" tall; the walls of the box are about 2" thick and there are four screws protruding from the sides of the box on the top edge near the center (where the bracket components would be screwed down to hold the axle/grinding disc in place); there is also a single nail protruding from the top edge of the box on one side. Parts C and D are identical small rectangular metal pieces (4.5" long and 1.5" wide); they are hollow in the center and there are two small curved grooves on the top edges of the longer sides - these grooves hold small metal wheels/gears (parts E,F, G and H). Parts E, F, G and H are all identical small metal wheels, about 2" in diameter; all have 4 holes in the center and a small bar through the middle which allows them to sit in parts C and D; two of the wheels sit on each of the parts. Parts I and J are the bracket components which cover the wheels/gears; I and J are identical curved pieces of metal with a flat area and small hole on either end for a screw; they are 6" long and 1.5" wide; there is a slight diamond shape on the top center of the curved portion; there is a semi-circular hole through the middle which holds the axle of the grindstone in place; parts I and J would be placed on top on parts C, D and E, F, G and H (one set on either side of the wooden box) and screwed down to secure the grindstone in place.