Mixing Bowls and Lace Curtains

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Architecture, Historical Site, Moss Cottage

THE MODERN HOUSEHOLDER‘S list for “cheap kitchen furniture” in 1872 included a few of the items on display in the Moss Cottage kitchen:  one deal table (deal was a name for a cheap wood, often a low-grade pine) and a yellow bowl for mixing dough (it was an inexpensive stoneware bowl; the British called them yellow ware).

To view the other posts belonging to this series about Moss Cottage, click on the following links:
Moss Cottage Kitchen
Kitchen Sink
All Things Metal
Kitchen Corners

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Entranced by rural and urban decay. I am drawn to these forlorn sites because they emote conflicting sentiments of beauty and disintegration.

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