An eighteenth-century French fariniere, or flour box, made of linden tree wood with a natural deep red dye and lovely dovetail joints. Handmade in the eighteenth century, from Provence. Flour boxes were commonly displayed on the wall and used in the kitchen to store flour.
Approx. overall 19¾" high including top bracket x 11" wide x 5" deep
Approx. overall 50cm high including top bracket x 28cm wide x 13cm deep