H295 19th century Eastern Shore Maryland Dough Box on legs. The box itself is constructed of five boards secured with dovetails and square nails. Sturdy stretchers on the base are fully mortised.
A232 19th century Pennsylvania Lancaster Country table top Dough Box, original red paint, square head nails with one board construction.
B634 Early 19th century table top Dough Box, This rectangular example, having sharply canted sides with cut out handles and the original removable lid , with a dovetailed case, remains in original red paint.
G497 Stunning Early 19th Century Pennsylvania Dough Box in beautiful blue paint. Tightly dovetailed and pegged construction with an apron around the bottom that follows the taper of the legs. Molding surrounds the base of the dough box, just above the apron
G374 19th Century lidded dough box in original mustard paint. Dovetailed and square head nail construction with lipped lid that retains two original grasp battens
F393 Early 19th century Dough Box with original mustard paint the wood is pine, the dough box has slanted sides and removable top, circa 1820
F489 Early 19th century small table top Dough Box, original mustard decorated paint the wood is pine, the dough box has slanted sides and removable lid, with applied handles to top of lid , the case is dovetailed, with an applied bottom which is one board, nice and clean interior
*SOLD* RM1065 Early 19th century painted dough box on stand, (circa 1820) with wonderful Spanish reddish brown over the original red paint found in Lancaster County Pennsylvania
*SOLD* C171 Early 19th century Dough Box (1810 ) with original red paint the wood is pine, the dough box has slanted sides and removable top Condition is great with typical ware for this early of a piece
**SOLD** U79 Early 19th century small Dough Box This rectangular example, having sharply canted sides and cut out handle, with a dovetailed case, remains in original black paint.
E181 Early 19th century signed dovetailed Dough Box, original dry red paint, canted sides with a pegged on bottom and stamped and signed by maker H. E. Meyers
L215 Early 19th century Dough Box in the original dry red paint, this Dough Box is 5 board construction, dovetailed jpointed, with a nailed on bottom with square head nails, beautiful old patina