I bought this dough bowl from an estate in Connecticut. Someone a long time ago kept it together by mending the wood splits with wire.
It has a 20" diameter and stands 5" high. The catalog described it as "18th Century Colonial Maple Turned Dough Bowl."
I placed it on a standing dough box in the front room of my log house. Most of the items in the sale were expensive porcelain, china, and fine art. This was the only primitive. Mine was the only bid.
I made sure this was not one of the fakes that are being sold on the popular auction sites. Those also have "repairs" made of tin and wire. Nobody would nail a piece of sharp tin to the inside of a dough bowl back then...your fingers would be cut every time you made biscuits.