The bentwood is very thick and well made compare to other pantry boxes I have seen. This box comes with a typewriter paper that describes the entire provenance from its creation to those family members who have kept it.It is made to store hand whittled wooden pegs. They are still in the box. The top lid also has a hand engraved hex sign decoration. Amazing patina and very desirable size! It measures approximately 4.5" in diameter and 2" tall. The box is in good antique condition with a few minor cracks near the nails on the bentwood. The bottom rim may have lost a very thin slit of wood. There are some age appropriate surface wear and imperfections but nothing serious. Please check photos from all sides for detailed condition. Overall, this is an exceptionally well-preserved early American folk art piece with a complete and true lineage behind it. It should not be missed by any serious collectors of early Americana/ antique wooden boxes/ antique primitives. Feel free to check out my other antique primitive listings in the store. This item is in the category "Antiques\Primitives".
The seller is "marblemill" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.