This 3D model is a truthful representation of the early Ionic column as it appeared around 500 to 600 BC in Asia Minor and Greece.
It was later also adopted by the Roman architects and again during the Renaissance and in the Greek Revival of the 18th century.
The 3D model has separate parts, including the Abacus, the capital, 9 shaft parts and 2 base parts.
All these objects are fully closed as if it were solid objects and can be used to perform boolean operations to make this column look very worn.
( see image at right )
No textures are included ( only a basic material ), as any column should have a different texture in your scene...
Best results are achieved when smoothing angle / Phong shading is set at 45°