Antique Thin Profile Wooden Bread Cutting Board 17 1/4" Tapered w/ Chippy Edge
Description: This early bread board made of wood is light-weight weighing only 5.3 ounces. It stands 17 ¼ inches tall by 8 inches wide, featuring a thin profile, tapering down to 1/8 inch thickness at the bottom. The bottom edge and corners are chippy, making us believe that it was once used to shovel small loafs of bread to and from the oven and then placed on the table for slicing. A simple bread board with character, perfect for displaying in smaller spaces.
Circa: Most likely earlier part of 1900’s
Height: 17 ¼ inches (overall)
Width: 8 inches across
Thickness: 1/8” near bottom, 3/8” handle
Product Weight: 5.3 ounces
Markings: No visible markings
Color: Brown Tones
Style: Primitive, Naïve,
Origin: U.S.A.Condition: Previously owned - used. No splits in wood. Small chips and wear around edges, more prominent at bottom. Round coiled burnt marks on two sides. Light cutting or slicing marks on both sides. Natural age darkening.
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