Turned maple sugar bucket/storage jar made in the Cascade Valley near Painesville, Ohio. The Brown and Paese family settled in this area and began turning the native silver maple trees into hardwood storage containers. This canister has great patina, and has the button finial design. It has a long shrinkage crack running from near the top to close to the bottom. The piece is tight and sound. This is common on these pieces the larger they got, as the wood was never properly cured and continued to dry after they were turned. This one measures 7"" tall and wide.
Peaseware Sugar Container with Bail Handle (#3)
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