Wooden tableware

Wooden tableware

For many centuries wood was a primary material choice for handcrafted household items such as tableware, furniture, barrels and crates. At the beginning of its life barrel was used to store liquids such as wine, water, kerosene (paraffin or lamp oil, and coal oil). Liquids slowly destroyed wood and as time passed old barrels did get re-purposed as containers for dry items.  Usually old barrels were used for storing shoes and clothes yet sometimes even treasures. An old barrel was able to become a piece of furniture, cover or event an obstacle on enemy's way. 

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March 01, 2018

Big barrel on stand from pine wood.

Steel belts hold the wooden planks. Solid and well built stand covered with metal plates protects bottom of the barrel. Wooden handles help to move barrel with load. Size without barrel 65x65cm. Restored in year 2015 by Sergey Jakovenko....
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28 Feb 2018
February 28, 2018

Ancient wooden mortar

Cut from a single piece of pine wood. It was used for grinding grain and other products. Height 87 cm. Width 34 cm. 19th century. Known in ancient Russian mythology as "Mortar of Baba Yaga." (Baba Yaga is a supernatural being In Slavic folklore)...
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