Folk Art Child’s Tool Box


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Unique folk art child’s tool box. Outstanding original red and white paint on a green ground. Great untouched patina on this sweetly proportioned gem. Interior has been nicely painted as well. The wells in the lid were for screws, nails, etc. Heavy duty construction and use wear indicate this was an actual working tool box. Perhaps Peanut’s father was a carpenter, and this belonged to the young apprentice?  In any case, this is one cool object, oozing with character and eye appeal. Discovered in Dallas, Texas.

Heavy piece weighs 13.5lbs.

Date: 1910s-1920s.

Size: About 16″ x 13″ x 8″ tall.

Condition: Expected aging and wear, with typical paint loss, etc. Looks great. Please use photos and description to determine condition.


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