Vintage Wooden Handmade Bread Making Bowl

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A wonderful wooden vintage bread making bowl that would look fabulous as a centrepiece on a table or sideboard.


Product Description

A wonderful wooden vintage bread making bowl. It has an unusual shape, handmade and the wood is in lovely rustic condition, with one side being slightly higher than the other and also a litle wobbly. This bowl would have been used in a bakery to make bread and other tasty delights. This piece is apparently originally from Romania, although we have no mark to verify this.


Additional Information

Dimensions (Length, Width, Height) 52 x 28 x 13 cm



Looking good (Shows signs of age, but no marks of note)

Country of manufacture




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With a background in law and advertising, but with a passion for all things historical and decorative, I always knew that I was an "eclectic" at heart. My home is filled with pieces that span the centuries and the globe, intermingled with contemporary pieces and collected over many years. Each piece intrigues me - who did it belong to, what's the story behind it? After studying at the V&A in 2014, while volunteering at heritage houses and archives in London, my passion to transform this eclectic vision into a reality, materialised.  I source and sell unique decorative objects, all influenced by their aesthetic appeal and history, and work from North London.