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Salvaged XL Cattle Feed Bin. Circa 1850

S/N:TBR143

1850s

  • £995.00
  • €1,086 Euro
  • $1,320 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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An impressively unique Victorian extra large cattle feed bin, C.1850.

Salvaged from a 17th century farm in Horns Cross, North Devon, where it has been used in the same barn for over 150 years.

Full of character this feed bin is in remarkably good condition throughout. The floor has been professionally replaced and is now solid and sound for another 150+ years.

Visible on the front side is a charming hole that was once made by a rat to greedily access the food store.

This chest has many possible uses such as a console table for a huge TV, a wood store for a grand fireplace, a kitchen island or a blanket/kids toy storage box to name but a few.

We have never seen such an item and don't think we will again. Superb!


H: 80.5cm | W: 140cm | D: 65cm


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Dimensions: 

  • H: 80.5cm (31.69in)
  • W: 140cm (55.12in)
  • D: 65cm (25.59in)

Period: 

1850s

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