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Paint and Pyrography Decorated Wooden Tray w/ Cherry Bunches, Ca. 1910
Pyrography (or wood burning), often referred to as Flemish Art, was a popular decorative style common in the early 1900's. It is often associated with the Arts and Crafts movement because of its simplicity and artistic qualities. We are offering a nice tray that has been carefully decorated with pyrography and painted to accent the design. The theme is three groups of ripe red cherries bunches. The tray measures about 8 1/2 inches long, 3 inches wide, and 7/8 inches tall. As is common with pieces such as this there is a protective coat of varnish on the surface that has maintained the tray in good condition over the years. The tray is clean and solid with several minor cracks in two corners that have not weakened the tray at all. It is a piece you would be pleased to use at your next social gathering or simply put on your desk for display or collecting loose paper clips or pens.
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