Large Country Primitive Bentwood Pantry Box w/ Aged Gray Paint
Product Description: Pantry boxes were very popular in the 19th century to store a variety of dry items. Depending on their size and thickness, they were used for anything from herbs and spices, grains to heavier, regularly used items. This 14" is thick-walled and constructed with tack and staple construction with dry-aged, gray paint.
Circa: Most likely first part of 19
Product Dimensions: 14" H (including lid), 15" diameter (measured at base)
Product Weight: 5 pounds 5 ounces
Material: wood, nail tacks, staples, paint
Markings: no visible markings
Condition: Previously owned - used. Dry gray paint with a moderate, natural layer of patina. Top corner piece on rim is split and hanging forward 1/2" from surface. Black discoloration spot on top of lid. Scratches and surface wear. Snug fit lid.
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