circa: Early 1900's
A Wine Pitcher made of oak with metal straps and spout purchased in Provence. Dark, aged wood with phenomenal texture is cinched in at the top and bows out to a round, wide belly. Thin black metal straps ring the wood to hold it in shape. An angled lip with a slight spout cap the piece. The aged bentwood handle is nestled in a folded and formed metal sheath. Just below the metal lip, under the handle, are the carved initials "I.C". It's a attractive, rustic piece suitable for display and light storage.
Condition: Very good. Some age wear. The antique metal work around the handle has some rough edges. Some rivets on the bottom two metal rings have newer nail replacements.
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