I've yet to see a more attractive large
bowl than this! Extra large Almost 19 1/2" wide and 5 1/2" h.
NewEngland Apple Box
Sure to make a beautiful centerpiece!
4" x 13" x 18 1/2"
England Dough Bowls
Because breads and pies were a staple in the early American diet, every colonial housewife had a dough bowl in her kitchen. It's primary purpose
was to mix, knead and shape dough for breads, pies and pastries. This
sturdy Dough Bowl shows the simple beauty of decades of use.
made into a unique candle holder!
Comes with the glass holders. This sugar mold is very Solid! Weighs almost
8 lbs! 5" h x 22 1/2" l.
All items in my Farmhouse Kitchen Collection is proudly
made in the U.S.!
Treenware for you
As you hold these bowls in your
hand, just imagine a resourceful pioneer
woman hard at work, chopping freshly picked vegetables, preparing them for
the harsh winter ahead.
Lg Wide Rim
Another awesome bowl! This one
measures 14 1/2" w x 4"d
These bowls are absolutely fabulous! It 'appears' to have decades of wear
and time-honored patina. Displayed in the middle of a wide farm table,
nothing says 'Country' more than these outstanding collectibles.
Small Candle Bowls
The oval bowl 9 1/2" is
perfect for votive candles, and the round one
5 1/4" for a primitive pillar.
Round $8.95 ea.
These items are not intended for use with food. They are made for
Black Crow from
This awesome crow is from an
old style crow mold. It is solid!
$19.95 sold out
Jumbo Butter Bowl
A huge batch of butter would
have been made in a bowl this size! Measures 17 1/2" w x 5" d
What an inspiring link to our early heritage!