Purple Sphere

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I came across approximately 40 antique hand painted European and Asian vase and bowl lids that were produced in the 1700 and 1800′s that were missing their bases. This lid is European. The wood is maple that is dyed black and red and treated with a gloss finish. The overall size is 7 inch diameter. The base is . I like the contrast of the small lid and the lage base. Share and...

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Duncan Lid

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I came across approximately 40 antique hand painted European and Asian vase and bowl lids that were produced in the 1700 and 1800′s that were missing their bases. This lid is European. The overall size is 3 inch diameter by 3 high. The wood is Maple with a high gloss finish. This was a gift to my friend and business mentor, Bob Duncan who is a Deacon in his church. Share and...

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Blue Sphere

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I came across approximately 40 antique hand painted European and Asian vase and bowl lids that were produced in the 1700 and 1800′s that were missing their bases. This lid is Asian. The overall size is 5 inch diameter by 5 high. The wood is Maple that is stained and finished with a high gloss. Share and...

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Sugar Bowl

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I came across approximately 40 antique hand painted European and Asian vase and bowl lids that were produced in the 1700 and 1800′s  that were missing their bases.  This lid is Asian.  The overall size is 6 inch diameter by 4 high. The wood is Oak with a green dye tint finished with a wipe on poly finish. I hope you enjoy this collaboration with artists from the past. Share and...

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Teapot and Antique Lid

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I came across approximately 40 antique hand painted European and Asian vase and bowl lids that were produced in the 1700 and 1800′s  that were missing their bases.  This lid is European.  The overall size is 3 inch diameter by 2.5 high.  The wood is Walnut that is power carved to add a vine to match the flower pattern on the lid.  I want to thank Michael Hosaluk and Michaael and Cynthia Gibson who offered advice on constructing this item. Share and...

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