This is a shout-out for anyone who knows about reclaimed liturgical items and church furnishings. FYI, I have gone to E-bay, and I am in touch with SPORCH and King Richard's in Georgia; but there are surely others out there, perhaps even a pastor, priest or active layperson in a parish somewhere who has what is sought.
Here's what I'm talking about:
A baptismal font, traditional styling, carved from stone. These things are usually not bigger than 4 feet at the widest, often narrower; usually between three and four feet tall. Older ones frequently had ornate covers, but that isn't important.
For this purpose only, I created an email address: firstname.lastname@example.org. Since that is not an account I check routinely, I won't check it unless you tell me, here, you sent something.
Also, please understand this email is not provided for requests for advice, counseling, appointments and so forth. (Parishioners know how to reach me.) I say this, because I discovered, when I last provided an email address, that many requests came in for advice, counseling, questions about theology, the Bible, Church history and so forth, and I simply don't have the time to handle all that, no offense. Further, for me to provide advice or counseling or spiritual direction via email--to a stranger whose full situation I know nothing about--is not at all appropriate, unless it is very general in nature. That's why I stopped providing an email here, some time ago.