This antique wooden trencher bowl is large and impressive. Trencher or dough bowls were a staple in every kitchen during the 1800’s, and were used for kneading and raising dough. Husbands would often carve them for their wives as a wedding gift. There are some signs of use such as nicks and scratches but there are no cracks or holes. The bowl is solid and sturdy and has an organic desirable shape, as shown in the photos. It’s a fine example of a primitive dough bowl commonly used by our early settlers. Large and in good condition for its age. Found in Eastern, Ontario.
Length: 22″ (55.9 cm)
Width: 16 3/4″ (42.5 cm)
Height: 5 1/4″ (13.3 cm)
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