Recently in my town, a bridge that had spanned the Mississippi River from Savanna Illinois to Sabula Iowa, was imploded when it's replacement was constructed. the bridge is from the 30s and has been known to me my whole life. Today I took my grandson for a walk along the river front and we found a piece that is clearly from the implosion. I recall it being painted silver, red and most recently blue. the red and blue are evident on the piece. What do you think? Am I reaching if I see a garden sculpter in this? Maybe with a blacksmith finish mouted on a 8x8 stained a complementary shade? any ideas welcome. It is about 20 inches and every bit of 35 pounds. here is the implosion for those who are curious.