Condition: Evidence of an early working period repair beneath one handle, the hole
was covered with sheet iron affixed with small square nails…now gone. Displays well.
Additional Information: A deep oval bowl featuring flat rim and carved handles. This
bowl remained on Pam Boynton’ s kitchen table, full of scoops and ladles for sixty-
Burl Bowl, Nearly paper Thin, Great Color & Patina
New England Date/Period: Circa 1780
Measurement: Out-of-round diameter: 14” by 15”, height varies due to rim
Material: Ash Burl
Condition: Very good
Additional Information: A splendid example, thin walled, potato chip rim and
beautifully executed foot.
Carved Burl Bowl, Red Paint Date/Period: Circa 1800-1825
Measurement: Height: 3.5"; diameter: 8.5"
Material: Ash burl, red paint
Additional Information: Scarce small size with flat bottom, historic red paint may be
Antique Treen Turned Bowl in Original Blue Paint, Thin Walled, Turned Rim
New England, Early 19th Century
Maple - SOLD
A wonderful example displaying terrific turnings and tool-marks and color…footed;
great surface and overall condition.
(Out-of-round rim: 13 7/8 by 14.25”, height: 4.5”)
Ash Burl Bowl, Large, good line, rimmed and footed, Serving Bowl
Circa 1780 to 1820
(Fine original condition; Diameter: 16”, H: 5.25”)
Ash Burl Bowl, Beehive Turned, Outward Flaring Rim, Footed, Nice Color
Circa 1780 to 1820
(Fine Condition; Diameter: 13.5”, H: 5”)
Covered Burl Bowl, Northeastern America, Original Surface Date/Period: Circa 1780
Measurement: Height: 4"; diameter: 5.75"
Material: Ash burl, original shellac
Condition: Make-do repairs using twisted thread to secure shrinkage fissures. There is
a missing piece of wood measuring 1 by .25-inch under rim of bowl…the vestiges of
time and use.
Additional Information: The cover featuring multiple turnings is also turned with a
conforming recessed flange facilitating a snug fit within rim of bowl; finial surmounted
with brass upholstery tack is turned from the solid. The ovoid bowl with defined lip sits
on a turned foot that is slightly concave. Much of the original shellac remains and has
developed a soulful patina; most covered bowls were shellacked unlike food preparation
bowls. This well-loved bowl will make a great shelf piece and is very reasonably priced.
Ash Burl Bowl, Medium Size, Outwardly Flared Rim, Double Incised Band, Footed
Circa 1780 to 1820
(Excellent condition, displays a 1-inch tight fissure at rim; Diameter: 9.5”, H: 3”)
Ash Burl Bowl, Outstanding Defined Rim, Footed, Great form, Traces of Red
(Diameter: 9”, H: 2.75”)
Treen Footed Sugar Bowl, Original Paint, New England, Beautiful Form
Beautiful color…Soft mushroom/brown featuring dusky rose hue Date/Period: 1820-1835 - SOLD
Measurement: Height: 4"; diameter: 5.5"
Material: Maple, paint
Condition: Excellent considering age and use, paint loss to one smallish area
Additional Information: A beautifully proportioned turned footed bowl
displaying great line and soulful surface.
18th Century Footed Treen Compote,
Standing Fruit Bowl, Pedestal
Anonymous, looks to be walnut,
traces of black and red paint…
Flaring molded rim, concentric fine ring-turnings to bowl which is raised on a conical
base resting on flaring circular foot. The bowl is out-of-round; three-inches of foot
restored; extremely tight [closed hairline] fissure looks to have been glued, else fine and
original. The bowl displays well and has a great dry patina.
(Height: 5.5"; diameter accounting for shrinkage: 13.25; depth: 12.5".
Small Treen Bowl, Natural Shape and Surface, American Date/Period: 18th Century - SOLD
Additional Information: The rim is inwardly and outwardly canted, flat bottom inscribed
“1783” over initials “LPS”, appears to have been carved with a crooked knife.
Early American Burl Bowl in Blue paint, Small Size Date/Period: Circa 1800
Measurement: Height: 2.75"; diameter: 7"
Condition: Very good
Additional Information: A turned lipped bowl sitting on well-defined base.
Early Treen Bowl, Beehive Turnings,
Original Red Paint
New England, circa 1800 - SOLD
A large red-painted turned maple-wood bowl featuring pronounced tool marks [beehive]
and a turned foot and lip rim. Dry patina, NO cracks. Great character. Tiny bit of very old
fill to a knot at underside near foot. (Height: 6"; width: 20.75"; depth: 19.5")
Large Antique Bowl, Raised Rim, Treenware, Old Paint Date/Period: 1800-1850
Additional Information: An outstanding bowl by master carver…rim tapers/curves
inward; ends gradually increase in thickness accommodating downward curving
handles. The sides are gracefully angled as they flow to pronounced round foot/base.
Extremely sculptural and soulful, really needs to be handles and viewed in-person.
New England Beehive Turned Footed Bowl in Dark Natural Surface Date/Period: 1800-1840 - SOLD
Additional Information: Well defined lip and foot, this bowl displays good interior and
exterior color and patina; slow-speed tool marks (lathe).
Early Treenware Bowl, Beehive Turning, Khaki-Beige Paint
New England Date/Period: 1780-1820 - SOLD
Measurement: Height: 2"; width: 6"; depth: 5.75"
Condition: Excellent, NO cracks, oxidized paint
Additional Information: A small footed bowl with canted rim and soulful surface.
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