Antique One Piece Wood Oak Dough Board, Dark Brown 30" x 20"

Antique One Piece Wood Oak Dough Board, Dark Brown 30" x 20"

Regular price $196.00

 

Product Description: Add a primitive farmhouse feel by displaying this large pie or dough board.  Measuring 30 inches tall and weighing just under 10 pounds, this rectangle pastry board is constructed of a one solid piece of oak wood with two nailed bread board ends.  With not many visual chopping marks present, this board may have been used for kneading dough or transporting large loaves of bread or pies from the oven.  Having a hole in each side, this special large kitchen pie board most likely was displayed when not in use. Grab this wonderful timeless kitchen collectible.  Only one available.

Note:  Please refer to “Condition” for additional information.

Circa:  Most likely early part of 1900's

Product Dimensions
Length:  30 1/4 in
Width:  20 1/4 in
Thick:  3/4 in

Product Weight:  9 pounds 14 ounces

Material:  Wood, Nails

Style:  Country Farmhouse

Origin:  U.S.A.

Markings:  No visible signatures or markings

Maker:  Unknown

Color:  Dark Brown

Condition:  Previously owned - used. Good condition.  Normal wear with light scratches.  All nails on both ends appear to be original.  May have been finished with a natural oil of some kind.  Nice heavy board.

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