18th Century American Treenware Storage Jar
An exceptional example of an Early American, primitive turned wood storage jar. Amazing patina to wood with a burnish and patina only decades of use can create. Hand turned from a single log. Amazing, understated, museum level antique utilitarian object crafted and used by the American pioneers, circa 1780-1820. Notice use of splines at base. Small chip, please see image for detail. Measures H 10 in. x Dm 7.63 in.