Nothing recalls eras gone by better than wooden kitchenware, hand carved & patined. In colonial America dough bowls were a warm place where homemade bread would rise prior to baking. A good bowl was often handed down from generation to generation, a living memory of why the kitchen is the heart of the home. Throw your towels in it and keep in in your bathroom, or even use it as a place to rise your own bread. It will make a lovely fixture both indoors & outdoors, or would also make an amazing doll cradle for any young pioneers in your life.
Dimensions: 141cm long x 53cm wide x 20cm high