Primitive Wooden Dry Measure Bucket, Americana Farmhouse Accent
Product Description: If you enjoy the rustic farmhouse look, you will love this authentic, wooden dry measure. Weighing over 3 pounds, this fantastic bucket is constructed of thick walled, staved wood with black, riveted metal bands encircling the top and bottom. The 1/2 inch thick top lip and most of the staved wood seams and surface are nice and smooth from years of use. The interior and exterior offers a wonderful dark patina with worn and scratchy surface. Not very often does an opportunity come along to offer such a solid, sturdy farmhouse collectible with tight seams and metal bands. The early, blue stamp on the bottom is worn and partially unreadable, but appears to be from the Pennsylvania origin. A perfect choice if your limited on space.
Circa: Most likely early 1900
Product Dimensions: 8" tall x 11" diameter, 1/2" wide top lip
Product Weight: 3 pounds 9 ounces
Material: Wood with metal bands
Markings: Mostly unreadable. Within a circular stamp, it appears to be County Dauphin, PA. 123ABC under town name. A picture or logo mark of what appears to be a bird head is in centered within the round stamp. The full name or company is not readable, but one word appears to be Boyer although not guaranteed.
Color: Dark brown and black
Condition: Previously owned - used. Condition is consistent with age. No repairs. Worn surface, dark patina and surface scratches. Cut in surface near top, although nothing that interferes with the quality. It is unknown if the original construction was a 2 or 3 banded. Strong staved wood seams with strong metal band attachments.
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