Offered here is an early to mid-19th century Hand-Turned Wooden Butter Bowl in original green paint with a smooth age-related wood interior. The exterior wood grain and early lathe marks can be seen and felt through the smooth exterior paint. The bowl has a great patina. A delicate feel. And although it is relatively light with somewhat thin walls, it maintains its sturdiness. The somewhat oval bowl measures 9 by 8 ½ by 2 ½ inches high. Height varies due to the worn and uneven rim edge. It is quite a nice example of New England Treenware. The bowl was found in Maine. It's very nice. Sales tax must be collected for buyers living in or picking up in New York State. Local tax rate applies.