Antique New England Harvest Cranberry Scoop - Harvest Rake

Antique New England Harvest Cranberry Scoop - Harvest Rake

Sale price $195.00 Regular price $325.00

 

Product Description:  In the later 1800's, cranberry hand scoops were used to harvest cranberries with the flooding method.  Picture this gorgeous harvest cranberry scoop displayed on your wall or as hearth decor.  In original condition, it features a wooden frame, a metal cradle base, galvanized metal tines, canvas-like material and rich patina.  A unique farmhouse home or restaurant accent.

Circa:  Early 1900's

Product Dimensions:  18" L x 15"W x 8"H (in lying down position to top of handle)

Product Weight: 6 pounds 6 ounces

Material:  Wood, metal and canvas

Maker:  unknown

Origin:  Most likely New England States

Signatures/Markings:  No visible markings

Colors: brown wood tones, silver, black

Condition: Previously owned - used.  There is a crack in an area of the wood where the tines go into.  In this area, one tine is loose but still intact.  Good condition considering age and use.  Areas towards the back of canvas are worn and some tears/holes in areas (as shown). Split in side of wood frame. Some of the original nails may no longer be present and replaced with new ones.  

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