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Vintage 9 Pc. Oregon Myrtlewood Chalet Brass Turn Handle Condiment Set With Glass Containers

Vintage 9 Pc. Oregon Myrtlewood Chalet Brass Turn Handle Condiment Set With Glass Containers

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: Mrytlewood, Glass, Gold Tone Sticker, Burgundy Ink
  • Favorited by: 5 people
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Welcome to view our listing of this Vintage 9 Pc. Oregon Myrtlewood Chalet Brass Turn Handle Condiment Set With Glass Containers!

This 9 Pc. set is made of Myrtlewood and Glass. There is a mrytlewood lazy Susan resting brass handled tray with 4 glass myrtlewood with 4 lids. The containers holds the condiments. On the inside of each of the lids on the container, there is a gold colored sticker that reads in burgundy colored text " OREGON MYRTLEWOOD Nature's gift to Oregon Oregon's gift to You Myrtlewood Chalet PORTLAND-ASHLAND-JACKSONVILLE-NO. BEND"The tray measures 7" in diameter and the brass handle measures Each lidded container measures 2-3/8" in height and 4-5/8" by 2-1/2" in width across the top opening of each glass container. There is a large screw on the underneath of the tray that holds the handle in place. This condiment container set with tray is in great condition and the wood has a glossy shine. There are 4 glass containers with Mrytlewood lids on them to keep your condiments ready to be used.

Myrtlewood was founded in the 1800's along the Southern Coast of Oregon amd was located five miles north of North Bend, Oregon. It was located at the entrance of the Dunes National Recreation Area and in 1911 Bayview Manufacturing turned their first product under the name of Duncan's Myrtlewood Crafters to commercialize retail of Myrtlewood products. In 1869 highly polished Myrtlewood was sold at tourist retail stores when the first transcontinental railroad came about. John Reiher purchased Myrtlewood and renamed it Bayview Manufacturing in 1964 and operated the factory and sales room at 1601 Sherman Avenue in North bend Oregon for six years and then sold it to Robert Clark. During high school he supported himself by making hope chests and other woodworking projects. Clark was originally from South Dakota and lived most of his life in Oregon. He worked as a uniformed police officer at the age of 19 in North Bend Oregon and he entered the State Police Academy two years later after encouragement from his chief and served his next 18 years as a State Trooper. In 1982 Clark started using The Real Oregon Gift factory name logo and Bayview name was retired officially in 1988. All Myrtlewood Chalet and Bayview names were retired and the company is thriving today as one of the largest Myrtlewood manufacturers in the world through wholesale distribution, internet sales, and retail mail-order.

Myrtlewood is 20% harder than oak, hard rock maple, and black walnut. This wood has a large spectrum of colors and the process used to make these Mrytlewood pieces are extraordinary. Skilled sawyer operates the carriage to saw each log into different sized boards and it goes to a planer where one side is planed making it easier to spot defects in the wood. A straight line ripsaw is used to cut the boards to standard widths and a chop-saw is used to cut standard sized blocks of wood allowing 1-inch oversize to allow for shrinkage in the dying process. A center hole is drilled, square blocks of wood are cut into rounds and then they are rough lathed. Each piece leaves 1-inch thick walls to speed up the drying process but 10% will still be lost in the kilns. They are loaded onto four larger sized dry kilns and temperature, humidity controlled for 5 to 9 weeks. They get placed in kilns for final drying and brought down to 7% moisture content and then bottom sanded so its fits flush with the face plate on the lathe. Different tools are used to create numerous curves and use their fingers as calipers for the appropriate thickness. Once the pieces are turned, 80-220 grit sandpaper is used to sand on the inside and outside of each item. For items that need sprayed, they apply 3 to 4 coats and dry them overnight. These items must be hand washed ad not washed in a dishwasher. Each item is hand rubbed with oil to create an oil finish, dried overnight, and waxed to a satin sheen. Each piece should be re-rubbed from time to time with mineral oil to keep the shine and wood from drying out.

This condiment set is unique and a high quality woodwork set that can be proudly displayed on your kitchen or dining room table!

We hope you have enjoyed shopping with us and please feel free to browse our other items in our store! We add numerous items on a daily basis!!

Tims Secret Treasures
220 McKean Avenue,
Charleroi, Pa. 15022
Welcome to view our listing of this Vintage 9 Pc. Oregon Myrtlewood Chalet Brass Turn Handle Condiment Set With Glass Containers!

This 9 Pc. set is made of Myrtlewood and Glass. There is a mrytlewood lazy Susan resting brass handled tray with 4 glass myrtlewood with 4 lids. The containers holds the condiments. On the inside of each of the lids on the container, there is a gold colored sticker that reads in burgundy colored text " OREGON MYRTLEWOOD Nature's gift to Oregon Oregon's gift to You Myrtlewood Chalet PORTLAND-ASHLAND-JACKSONVILLE-NO. BEND"The tray measures 7" in diameter and the brass handle measures Each lidded container measures 2-3/8" in height and 4-5/8" by 2-1/2" in width across the top opening of each glass container. There is a large screw on the underneath of the tray that holds the handle in place. This condiment container set with tray is in great condition and the wood has a glossy shine. There are 4 glass containers with Mrytlewood lids on them to keep your condiments ready to be used.

Myrtlewood was founded in the 1800's along the Southern Coast of Oregon amd was located five miles north of North Bend, Oregon. It was located at the entrance of the Dunes National Recreation Area and in 1911 Bayview Manufacturing turned their first product under the name of Duncan's Myrtlewood Crafters to commercialize retail of Myrtlewood products. In 1869 highly polished Myrtlewood was sold at tourist retail stores when the first transcontinental railroad came about. John Reiher purchased Myrtlewood and renamed it Bayview Manufacturing in 1964 and operated the factory and sales room at 1601 Sherman Avenue in North bend Oregon for six years and then sold it to Robert Clark. During high school he supported himself by making hope chests and other woodworking projects. Clark was originally from South Dakota and lived most of his life in Oregon. He worked as a uniformed police officer at the age of 19 in North Bend Oregon and he entered the State Police Academy two years later after encouragement from his chief and served his next 18 years as a State Trooper. In 1982 Clark started using The Real Oregon Gift factory name logo and Bayview name was retired officially in 1988. All Myrtlewood Chalet and Bayview names were retired and the company is thriving today as one of the largest Myrtlewood manufacturers in the world through wholesale distribution, internet sales, and retail mail-order.

Myrtlewood is 20% harder than oak, hard rock maple, and black walnut. This wood has a large spectrum of colors and the process used to make these Mrytlewood pieces are extraordinary. Skilled sawyer operates the carriage to saw each log into different sized boards and it goes to a planer where one side is planed making it easier to spot defects in the wood. A straight line ripsaw is used to cut the boards to standard widths and a chop-saw is used to cut standard sized blocks of wood allowing 1-inch oversize to allow for shrinkage in the dying process. A center hole is drilled, square blocks of wood are cut into rounds and then they are rough lathed. Each piece leaves 1-inch thick walls to speed up the drying process but 10% will still be lost in the kilns. They are loaded onto four larger sized dry kilns and temperature, humidity controlled for 5 to 9 weeks. They get placed in kilns for final drying and brought down to 7% moisture content and then bottom sanded so its fits flush with the face plate on the lathe. Different tools are used to create numerous curves and use their fingers as calipers for the appropriate thickness. Once the pieces are turned, 80-220 grit sandpaper is used to sand on the inside and outside of each item. For items that need sprayed, they apply 3 to 4 coats and dry them overnight. These items must be hand washed ad not washed in a dishwasher. Each item is hand rubbed with oil to create an oil finish, dried overnight, and waxed to a satin sheen. Each piece should be re-rubbed from time to time with mineral oil to keep the shine and wood from drying out.

This condiment set is unique and a high quality woodwork set that can be proudly displayed on your kitchen or dining room table!

We hope you have enjoyed shopping with us and please feel free to browse our other items in our store! We add numerous items on a daily basis!!

Tims Secret Treasures
220 McKean Avenue,
Charleroi, Pa. 15022

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