Swedish Folk Art Bentwood Box


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  • £250.00
  • €273 Euro
  • $329 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Swedish Folk Art Bentwood Box

A 19th century Swedish folk art bentwood box with its original painted decoration. Used in the 18th and 19th centuries in Scandinavia, these boxes are constructed from a single piece of bentwood, stitched using roots or other natural fibres, with a solid base and lid. This particular one has a thin, wrought metal carry handle. The lid dated for ‘1879’.

H: 16cm W: 26.5cm D: 17.5cm


  • H: 16cm (6.30in)
  • W: 26.5cm (10.43in)
  • D: 17.5cm (6.89in)


19th Century

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