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Antique French Handwoven Winnowing Basket: $450 - The Woodlands Classifieds

Antique French Handwoven Winnowing Basket: $450 - The Woodlands Classifieds

by: LaurelH
Location: Spring/The Woodlands
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Antique French Handwoven Winnowing Basket

Last Updated: 1 week, 3 days ago
Imported from FRANCE. RARE Antique French Handwoven Winnowing Basket. Truly a RARE piece, circa 1830-1850. This one is in good condition for its age. Antique French winnowing basket used for separating chaff from wheat after a harvest in the 19th century. Today this charming basket serves as a decorative accessory (a wall hanging or for food display). Fill with leaves and gourds for Thanksgiving on your Dining Room Sideboard for a bountiful display. Made of hand woven rattan and hand carved wood. Wear consistent with age and use. Minor losses. Minor fading and staining. Measures 40' across X 30' long X 10' deep.

Please Text 832-458-9416

Price: $450
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