This is a nice little 19th century Scottish miniature luggie or wooden pot - it is made from treen. It is made from alternating strips of sycamore and alder wood and is nicely turned and shaped.
There are two Mauchline style transfer images on each side on the darker wooden panel. The images are very dark and hard to make out - one shows a view at Well House Bridge of Allan - the other is Lecropt Church, Bridge of Allan - but these images are very very hard to make out.
It is a lovely little size measuring 7 cm from handle to handle - and with a diameter at the top of 5.3 cm. The height is 4.5 cm.
It is in fair antique condition - there is a little blemish to one side (as photographed in my last image) - but apart from that generally fine - no chips, cracks or losses. Both handles are in place and undamaged.
Fair price for this nice little Scottish collectable.
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