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08/15/2019 03:39 PM
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UNUSUAL WOODEN URN WITH LIFT TOP COVER

Age. More than 100 years old
Composition. See below
Size. 21 high x 10 wide/deep
Rating: 7
Comments. Made of black walnut this Victorian era urn has a removable top with a fancy finial. There is a round piece of wood into which a dowel from the top fits into which also has a thin wood round shelf. It appears it may have had more of these round shelves that were attached to the round piece of the interior. It once had a lock which is now missing leaving a small hole on one side and its upper portion is still attached to the top. The woods original finish has wear, shade variations, some small scratches/scrapes and has darkened over the decades. This item is in sturdy shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, has wood wear, small, shallow wood dents, needs re-gluing and has some small missing chips at the bottom of the turn stem as seen in our photo. We believe that the trays were somehow attached the center shaft and may have been used to house glasses, alcohol or other valuables. Need some work but when done it will make an interesting item for your Victorian decor.

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