Baribocraft Bread Box, Andre Morin Design


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Bread boxes were common place in Mid-Century Modern homes, and they are still in use today. Made of teak stained maple, this wooden Baribocraft bread box was designed by Andre Morin and is one that's harder to find. The front face is hinged at the bottom, opening and closing with a magnetic catch. Inside there is a small shelf allowing for storage of buns and smaller items to help keep them fresh. A great first-home gift idea, and vintage collectible for any kitchen space!

SHIPPING INCLUDED to Canada and Continental US!

Era:  Mid-Century, 1960s
Colour:  Reddish Brown
Materials:  Wood
Country of Origin:  Canada
Maker / Designer:  Baribocraft / Andre Morin
Size:  16.5"W x 10.75"D x 11.5"H
​Condition:  Excellent, some light wear along top and bottom edge
Care:  Wipe with barely damp cloth and dry, occasionally condition wood

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