Early 19th Century Dry Sink, New England, Dry Blue Painted Surface

Early 19th Century Dry Sink, New England, Dry Blue Painted Surface

The vestiges of time are commensurate with decades of use. Displays well, soulful surface, great blue paint with scattered trivial touches. Drain holes within the well have been filled and blended to match; bottom board [likely dry rotted] was replaced. Also… the outside stile of right proper door is restored. Sinks dating to this early period are rarely encountered and when found they are usually imperfect… this country gem is a survivor.

Item Date: Circa 1820

Estimated Year: 1820

Measurement: Height: 31.5"; Width: 44"; Depth: 19.5"

Material: White pine

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SKU 745-332

For More Information, Please Contact David Hillier at 978-597-8084 or email drh@aaawt.com.

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