Presented here, a fine little Three Finger Shaker Box, perfect for the top of the stack. The red is not as bright as the picture shows . . . more like a brick red. It has a nicely oxidized surface. This small oval box is made of formed maple with a pine top and bottom and secured by means of copper rivets. The top is 3-1/2"long x 2-1/2"wide and the box is 1-1/4" high. Probably New Lebanon, NY. Circa 1840.