This dough box is a reproduction of a common object found in colonial households. The dough box, usually with a top, sometimes constructed as a table, was a ubiquitous item in early American kitchens. The dough would be made and then put into the dough box, covered and left to rise before baking. Today the dough box, with it’s double canted sides, is a great object to display just for it’s beauty. It looks great on top of a tall cupboard or as a center piece on a dinning table filled with fruit or potpourri. These two are shown in two different sizes, The larger in pumpkin milk paint is our standard size, and the smaller one shown in mustard milk paint was a custom order.
Your choice of color and level of distressing.
30″ x 13″ x 12″ high.