Treenware/Woodenware

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Mortar and Pestle in Old Green Paint ca: 1830

A nicely turned mortar and pestle in old green paint. Both pieces have always been together and show appropriate ware due to age and apparent use. The mortar has 3 age cracks on the foot (see photos) with no effect on the upper body. Considering there age and apparent use they are in excellent condition. The mortar is 71/4" high and 5" in diameter. The pestle is 10" long. (ALDK )
List Price: $525

EARLY TIGER MAPLE SPOON

A BEAUTIFUL EARLY HAND CARVED 19 3/4" LONG TIGER MAPLE SPOON IN OUTSTANDING CONDITION (EHK)
List Price: 
SOLD

Early Carved Maple Sugar Mold

A good looking early maple sugar mold that features a dug out double heart design. As one would expect the hearts are similar but not exactly the same. The wood has the feel that can only come from extensive use. (JAN)
Dimensions: 143/4" L x 37/8"W x 2"H
List Price: $175

PRIMITIVE BURL BOWL

This bowl has interesting grain design and nice patina. It is solid with no cracks or chips.When you touch it, you can tell it was well used. (LTKE)
Dimensions: 83/4" diameter, 41/4"H
List Price: $385

TURN WOODEN SUGAR BOWL

A nice looking and well made turned beehive wooden sugar bowl. The interior of the bowl is exceptionally clean. Note how the base compliments the top and the simple but appropriate  design of the finial,  The condition is excellent with no cracks or chips.(GMAR)
SOLD

WOODEN BOWL -EARLY BLUE/GREEN PAINT -1800's

A great looking American maple  footed blue/green bowl in outstanding condition with no cracks or chips. Note the lip on top  with the incised band. (GMAR)
Dimensions: 12" and 13" Diameter (Just what you want in an old bowl)
List Price: $395

EARLY SMALL PAINTED WOODEN BOWL

EARLY SMALL PAINTED WOODEN BOWL WITH TWO RED STRIPS AND ONE BLACK STRIP. YOU CAN BY THE WARE ON THE SIDES OF THE BOWL THAT IT WAS WELL USED.(LOK)
DIMENSIONS: 9" X  7 3/4", 2 1/2"H
LIST PRICE: $435

PEASEWARE SUGAR BOWL OHIO ca: 1855

A footed PEASEWARE bowl. David A. Pease, the turner of  bowls, was noted for his exceptional turnings, varieties of finials and excellent craftsmanship. This covered urn shaped maple bowl has wonderful turnings with exceptional proportions and was crafted in America. The bowl features an acorn finial and was probably a sugar bowl. The overall condition of the bowl is excellent with no cracks or chips. (KOTE)
Measurement:  7"H x 41/2"Diameter
List Price:$650

Rectangular Butter Print

An early hand cut butter print with a pleasant tulip design. Note the way the craftsman framed the print. The butter print is 31/4"x43/4". (RDK)
List Price: $95

Springerle Mold 19th Century

This hand carved mold is used to make a German biscuit or cookie. The mold was pressed on rolled dough allowing the detail of the impression to be preserved. The mold is obviously old, has great patina and some of the carvings are better than others. Note the hawk, bird, squirrel, fruit, etc. (EOE)
Dimensions: 73/8"L x 27/8"W
List Price: $125

LARGE 19th CENTURY DOUGH BOARD

This large 19th century dough board (or  breadboard) is well made  and has great patina. The back has two chamfered cross sections that reinforce the board and have  prevented it from warping. Note that there are no nails or screws. The board has a slight separation of the wood due to shrinkage. Note the well used hole at the top for hanging. Lots of  character! (BOKT)
Dimensions:26 3/4" x 32"
List Price: $325

SNUFF MORTAR and PESTLE

This uncommon mortar and pestle was used for powdering snuff. This particular example is made from chestnut with a short cavity as snuff was powdered in small quantities. The pestle is also of chestnut with a snobby end. See Early American Wooden Ware p. 148 for a photo of a similar one (perhaps the exact one) for additional information. (HODE)
Dimensions: Mortar: 71/2"H, 23/4"Dia., Pestle: 63/4"H
List Price: $975