An early 20th century Edwardian period turned oak jar in the form of a barrel. It appears to be lathe turned and has been givena rich chesnut colour. It also has a brass knop to assist in removing the lid. At this size it is proabably a little small to be considered a tobacco jar, so may be intended for a desk or similar. A nicely shaped attractive example as you can see in the images.
Minor period wear. Minor nibbles around the lid instep. Shrinkage crack aound the lower section near the outstep.
Height: 11 cm ( 4 1/4 inch )
Width: 9.5 cm ( 3 3/4 inch )
Weight: 190 grams (before packing)
Stock Code: 0683 AG17-1
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