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Munising Wood Products

Information and links related to the Munising Wood Products
factory that operated in Munising, Michigan from 1911 to 1955.




Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What is my bowl/rolling pin/paddle/etc. worth?

    We don't know.

    We're not experts on antiques or their worth. We've put this information up primarily for historical interest, and we may know a little more than what is here, but that's it.

    Remember the first rule of economics: an object is worth whatever someone is willing to pay for it. The best assessment of the value is to see what other bowls are selling for. Ebay routinely has multiple bowls for sale, and you can also search completed sales to see how much they've brought.

    Otherwise, you could always go visit the Antiques Roadshow.

  2. How should I care for or restore my woodenware?

    Again, we're not experts on this, but there are a few things to remember. Don't leave woodenware sitting in water. Salad bowl oil, or mineral oil rubbed on should keep it from drying out too much. (Salad bowl oil is probably preferable if you're using the woodenware for food serving.) Here's a few links to more detailed wood care:
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