No collector ever has enough treen. Below is a great selection of nice and unique treen items.
Some baby in the 19th Century was thrilled with this rattle. Made of wood pieces put together almost like a puzzle with maybe a small rock inside for noise. Just a neat piece of history on a high chair or in a cradle.
Having great dry brown surface this candle box works anywhere you put it. Found in East Tennessee it is 10 1/2" long x 6 1/4" high x 6 1/4" deep.
Having totally great surface this document box will go almost anywhere a box might be needed. In untouched condition the box measures 11 1/2" wide x 8" deep x 6" high.
Just the neatest piece of early treen that is either a paddle or masher. It is 8 3/4" long with super surface and the feel of the handle is totally wonderful.
A very unusual and rare basket made with wide bands of splint. It was found in New Hampshire and dates probably to the early part of the 20th Century if not a slight bit earlier. It is in amazing condition and measures 19 1/2" high with a slightly out of round 12 1/2" diameter.
A nice set of 3 attic surface pantry boxes. Each is sized and priced below. Note the great repair on the smallest box!
A nice thick treen plate that is 7 1/4" in diameter. It has certainly been used a good deal and has a really yummy surface. The back has the initials "SH" and the plate most likely is Scandinavian.
Perfect for a bathroom or kitchen, the towel bar and shelf is 24" wide x 7 1/4" deep x 12 1/2" high. It is an old pine surface and is from Pennsylvania.
This unusual device was used in the garden around the turn of the century. Most likely it was used to dig up weeds in the flower bed. There is suppose to be a new book about historic garden tools soon to be published. This tool has outstanding surface an is in great condition. Would look great with a basket and plant in a grouping.
Another great treen plate that is probably Scandinavian. It is 7 1/2" in diameter and has the greatest surface.
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