19th Century American (Ohio) Miniature Peaseware turned treen (maple) bulbous form container. This miniature stands approximately 2-1/2" tall. It retains the original finish along with stripe decoration. This is a scarce size for the bulbous form and sought after by collectors of Peaseware.

19th Century American (Ohio) Miniature Peaseware turned treen (maple) bulbous form container. This miniature stands approximately 2-1/2" tall. It retains the original finish along with stripe decoration. This is a scarce size for the bulbous form and sought after by collectors of Peaseware.

Redwood Burl treasure box with Mesquite pull, by New England woodturner Ray Asselin. At Bowlwood.com.

Redwood Burl treasure box with Mesquite pull, by New England woodturner Ray Asselin. At Bowlwood.com.

paint decorated wooden cannister

paint decorated wooden cannister

Peaseware container with lid, 1850-1890. Peaseware was made in the Cascade Valley of northeastern Ohio in the late 19th century.

Peaseware container with lid, 1850-1890. Peaseware was made in the Cascade Valley of northeastern Ohio in the late 19th century.

Lidded ash burl sugar bowl, ca. 1780-1800 with beautiful striated figure.

Lidded ash burl sugar bowl, ca. 1780-1800 with beautiful striated figure.

New England Treen Canister.  Ahand made  household objects made of wood:species were close-grained native hardwoods: box, beech, sycamore and at times lignum vitae for mallet heads. Made most often by turning and hand carving.

New England Treen Canister. Ahand made household objects made of wood:species were close-grained native hardwoods: box, beech, sycamore and at times lignum vitae for mallet heads. Made most often by turning and hand carving.

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