Once used as a dough box, this proofing table features dovetail corners, a lid that lifts easily to access storage, and turned legs. Dough rising tables were an important part of the home since bread was a common staple in the 1800s. The storage box of the table provided a place for kneading and storing large batches of dough as it rose. The lid protected the dough from mice and bugs and gave the dough a warm place to rise. After baking, the bread could be stored inside the box.
Condition: Consistent with age and use. Stains, dings, scratches. Evidence of former wormwood.
Dimensions: L 54" x W 40" x H 29.5"
Item #: GH01
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