Offered here is an early to mid-19th century Hand Made Wooden Bowl in original light blue paint on the exterior and putty color on the interior. It appears to be hand carved. Bottom is pretty flat; knife marks and gouge marks are all over the outside of the bowl. The inside of the bowl is relatively smooth; one side is higher than the other and at a different pitch. Wood grain lines can be seen and felt through the smooth patina surface. Paint is worn in some areas from age and use. Bowl measures 6 1/2 inches in diameter with slight variation at different points by 2 ¼-2 5/8 inches high that also has slight variations due to worn and uneven rim edge. It is a sturdy hefty little bowl and quite a nice example of early New England Treenware (bowl was located in Maine). Sales tax must be collected for buyers living in or picking up in New York State. Local tax rate applies.