Share your favorites on Show & Tell

Trencher Style Dough Bowl

In Kitchen > Bowls > Show & Tell.
Kitchen2098 of 3559Vintage kitchen items.Can anybody ID this strange teapot?
9
Love it
0
Like it

mrmajestic1mrmajestic1 loves this.
LoriLovesVintageLoriLovesVintage loves this.
PoppopPoppop loves this.
miKKoChristmas11miKKoChristmas11 loves this.
blunderbuss2blunderbuss2 loves this.
jimborascojimborasco loves this.
officialfuelofficialfuel loves this.
walksoftlywalksoftly loves this.
jonimajonima loves this.
See 7 more
Add to collection

Please create an account, or Log in here

If you don't have an account, create one here.


Create a Show & TellReport as inappropriate



Posted 2 years ago

Email

SouthernDog
(1 item)

For 5 years, I have search for just the right Dough Bowl. They were either cracked or too expensive. At the Lil' Calypso Festival at Lake Martin, I found this old, hand-hewn, gorgeous one! I must say that being outside, my perspective must have been off because it is really big sitting on the counter! Approx 20 wide, 9 inches tall and a whopping 46 inches long! My South Carolina friend who I met on here through their similar Dough Bowl told me that theirs, which is extremely similar, is a trencher style dough bowl and looks like the European style (some say Holland, Belgium, or France). This size normally had 3 women working it at the same time - 2 women on the same side, working the ends and another woman on the other side in the middle, rocking it back and forth while the two were making the dough. I've done the "Feed-N-Wax" first step, so there are before and after pictures. Any guidance and advice is welcome.

Comments

  1. jonima jonima, 2 years ago
    Very nice! I haven't decided yet on whether to wax mine or not. I like the looks of it, but I also like the natural wood look that mine currently has as well. I've seen a few on eBay that look similar to this. Some say they're French, others say they're from Belgium, and others say they're from Holland. It seems the common denominator is that they're from somewhere in Europe.
    P.S. - I'm in South Carolina. :)
  2. SouthernDog, 2 years ago
    Fixed the "North" to "South" - thanks! I waxed it because I did not want it to crack - there were two places that appeared to have the beginning of a possible split. Guess I probably could have found something to merely "feed" - mom suggested olive oil.
  3. jonima jonima, 2 years ago
    Just curious (and if you don't mind saying), how much did you pay for it?
  4. SouthernDog, 2 years ago
    give me your email address and I'll do so privately.
  5. jonima jonima, 2 years ago
    I'd rather not post my email address here. Don't want to have it picked up and then get bombarded with spam. That's ok. I was just wondering which of us got the better deal. :)
  6. SouthernDog, 2 years ago
    Is there a way to private message on here?
  7. jonima jonima, 2 years ago
    That's what I was wondering too, but I don't see any way of doing it.
  8. walksoftly walksoftly, 2 years ago
    That is very nice, & it is big, you could make a lot of bread in that in a day.

    A suggestion set up a new email account , put it up momentarily so that you can make contact then immediately take it down. That is what I do & other's have done to protect there main email account.
  9. jonima jonima, 2 years ago
    I put some Howard Feed n Wax on mine for the first time today. Makes it look much better by highlighting the grain of the wood.

Want to post a comment?

Create an account or login in order to post a comment.