Large Primitive Hand Carved Wooden Shallow Trencher Plate Serving Platter
Description: This rustic, wooden serving tray from the early 20th century was possibly once used to serve fruits or small food. Most likely a tribal crafted piece, it's hand-carved and hewed from a single piece of wood with three early, 1" brace repairs on the inner sides. It retains a dry, raw texture and measures just over 21 inches in width and a 2 1/2" tall, shallow interior. A one-of-a-kind work of art, although not perfect with an out-of-round shape and asymmetrical handles, it's the originality we admire for primitive decorating and collecting.
Note: Please refer to “Condition” for additional information
Circa: Late 1800s to Early 1900s
Width (overall): 21 ¼” (at widest point, handle to handle)
Height: 2 1/2”
Inside Width: 14 ½” x 15” (out-of-round)
Width of Handles Only: 2"
Product Weight: 5 pounds 10 ounces
Colors: Dark Brown
Primary Material: Wood
Markings: No Visible Markings
Condition: Previously owned - used. Condition is consistent with age and use. Scratches, nicks and patina. Still solid condition. Three early, honest 1" squiggly braces on inner sides which are not easily seen. No glue or adhesive was used. Only the braces shown. Dry surface with cracks in although still super sturdy and solid. Out-of-round. Asymmetric handles.
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