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Lot 35H: New England Maple Hand Turned Collared Dough Bowl 1820s
25 October 2016
Milton, DE, USA
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Description: This is an early hand turned maple wood dough bowl from New England circa early 1800s. The dough bowl was handmade from a single piece of maple, which grows in New England. The dough bowl is slightly out of round that is a characteristic of being hand turned on a lathe. The dough bowl has an inch wide collar, is deep, wide beehive shaped, and has a large flat base for resting. Turning lines can be seen on the inside of the bowl along with lots of scars from almost two centuries of use.
Condition Report: Excellent condition with age appropriate patina
Dimensions: 17 inches wide, 5 1/2 inches high, and 53 inches round in circumference.