Antique Dry Measure 1/2 Bushel from EB Frye & Son Wilton, N.H.
Description: During the earlier years, wooden buckets similar to this one were common for measuring dry ingredients. This larger 1/2 bushel, dry measure made by E.B. Frye & Son, now a historic landmark was manufactured in their Wilton, N.H. historic mill. It is slightly out-of-round and measures 14 1/4" - 14 3/4" in diameter with an overlapped and nailed seam. Constructed of bentwood with staples and round nails, it still retains their original green stamp. A wonderful collectible from the Northeastern region and displays handsomely!
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Circa: Early Part of 1900’s
Diameter: 14 1/8” – 14 ¾” (slightly out-of-round)
Product Weight: 3 pounds
Capacity: ½ Bushel/16 Quarts
Primary Colors: Brown
Primary Material: Wood
Origin: U.S.A., Wilton, New Hampshire
Maker: E.B. Frye & Son
Markings: Dry ½ Bushel, E.B. Frye & Son Wilton, N.H.
Condition: Previously owned - used. Condition is consistent with age and use. Overall very good condition. Honest use and wear. No breaks or holes in wood. All original with exception of what appears to be two newer nails or wear on nail heads.
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