This contemporary simple Garden Trug is based on the design for the traditional trug invented in 1829 by Thomas Smith of Herstmonceux, East Sussex, England. A beauty.
This reminds me of a special type of bark seen in Asian countries which is used for maklng small boats
They still make them in Herstmonceux (I walk past the workshop on my way to work).
It has a truly Pythonesk name of the Truggery – always makes me smile.
I have one of these. Looks even more beautiful, stacked with fruit and veg, straight out of the garden :))))
here it’s cheaper
here it’s cheaper http://jelanieshop.com/en/home-and-garden/12-large-natural-wooden-trug.html
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