A Victorian antique treen oak measure. The bentwood measure is stamped with a Victorian verification mark and the letter M, indicating it came from Maidstone in Kent.
This measure came from a shop with a half timbered 500 year old terraceowned by the Burden family of Headcorn in Kent from Victorian times. The shop soldmainly animal pet food, seeds and garden equipment.
This measure was used to measure out dry ingredients, particularly seeds, peas etc. It measures 11cm h x 12cm w.
They make great containers for plants etc.