Displayed here in Oak, this handsome Roll Top Bread Box is the larger of the two styles we offer, measuring 16 1/4" wide, 14 3/4" deep, and 12 1/2" tall. This piece is now offered in Cherry, Red Oak, and Brown Maple and available in all our OCS Stains.
Amish made Solid Oak Bread Box with Slant Top measures 17" long 11.5" deep and 10" high. Available in Oak, Maple, Cherry, and all our Ohio Certified Stain color choices. Take advantage of our $10.00 discount for the remainder of the year by entering the discount code: 72016 into the discount box area in the shopping cart (left hand side).
The discount will be taken off the purchase price.
This Vintage bread box made by one of our Amish Shops is one of our favorite styles. Measuring 13" tall, 19" wide and 11" deep, featuring a lid with a tin insert that really gives it the antique appearance so popular these days.
The tin inserts for the lids are available in two patterns....Wheat or Willow tree, and your choice of Copper, or a silver/gray tin color shown in a couple images to the left.
This particular Bread Box measures 9" tall, 16" wide and 11 1/2" deep. It is available in a solid color, where both top and bottom are same stain color, or a "2-tone" where the top is a different stain than the body. Also, available in a "Rustic" style, where the stain is rubbed on the corners, and no top coat finish to give it that "old" appearance as shown here in the image at the bottom right side with a Boston stain top and a White Sand body. Heirloom quality, and just the right size for any counter top.
Our Amish made Hickory Bread Box measures 17" long 11.5" deep and 10" high. Choice of 2 Finishes for Hickory.....OCS-101 S-2 or Natural Clear coat to bring out the best in the natural grain patterns....shown here to the left in a Natural finish.
Solid Oak Bread Box with Wheat Carving measures 17" long 11.5" deep and 10" high. You have the option of carving the "wheat pattern" alone, or the wheat pattern with the words "Give us this day our daily bread"...available in Oak, Maple, Cherry, or Hickory