The Treen Collection


Treen refers to small wooden items, usually hand carved from a single piece of wood.

Pig Bowl Treen

The word “treen” means “of a tree.”  It refers to wooden objects for household use, and did not include furniture or art.  Treen included items for the kitchen and bath, and was created all over Europe and America. Bowls, serving pieces, boxes, and games are still available at antique markets today. Original antique treenware is highly collectible and can cost hundreds of dollars just for one piece.

Chesterfield Treen Bowl

These beautiful treenware pieces might just fool you!

Our supplier scoured antique markets looking for interesting pieces for each item in our collection. The original pieces are shipped to the manufacturer where the pieces are cast in resin from the original antiques and then finished to look like real wood. Our Treenware is very primitive-looking; because they are cast from authentic antique pieces where the details from the original pieces like the grain of the wood are captured including marks, holes and knots. Our Treenware has a realistic matte finish with careful attention to detail.

Nanny’s Fixin’ Treen Bowl

Our customers love our treen bowls and other serving pieces. Customers use them for display pieces, newborn photography, potpourri, or just to store fruits and vegetables on the counter top. Marci’s Country Market offers a unique variety of pieces of antique bowls, spoons, and even carved animal pieces. It’s hard to tell our resin copies from the originals; the biggest difference is the cost. We know you will love the selection and the prices in our Treen Collection.

Homer’s Samplin Spoon Treen

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