Antique Oak Bentwood Dry Measure Signed H.S. ORANGE
Description: During the earlier years, wooden buckets similar to this one were common for measuring dry ingredients. This original bentwood dry measure has a beautiful oak appearance which has darkened with age. Constructed with an overlapped and nailed seam that still retains the original 9 round nails, it bears the incision stamped signature HS ORANGE on the bottom.
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Circa: Late 1800s – Early 1900s
Diameter: 7 1/8” – 7 ¼” (top – slightly out-of-round)
Product Weight: 12 ounces
Capacity: Most likely 1 Quart
Primary Colors: Oak - Brown
Primary Material: Wood
Origin: United States – Northeast Region
Markings: H.S. ORANGE (on bottom base)
Condition: Previously owned - used. Condition is consistent with age and use. Overall very good condition. Honest use and wear. Original nails with natural patina. No lid. Although there is a space in areas around base attaching to sides, it still is a very strong construction. A few splits in wood on top rim and bottom base. Nothing that takes away from the beauty. There appears to be incised markings inside on bottom although they are not legible.
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