Late 18th Century English Antique Treen Bowl

£155.00

Late 18th Century English Antique Treen Bowl

An 18th Century antique treen bowl. Possibly turned from elm.  This may have been used originally to hold coins, i.e. as a merchant’s or retailer’s “till” given its form where, the raised sides and rim aid its use for such a purpose.

English origin.

Lovely patination and colour.

Condition – Good – There is one minor age-related split to the rim and some very minor paint splatters to the internal surface of the bowl. Please refer to the images.  A further detailed condition report is available upon request.

Size: Diameter 18 cm (7 1/4″) x Height 9 cm (3 1/2″)

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