This was an exciting find. This box was actually designed to
hold "feast gear. Made in the early 1500, this example is
documented in Victor Chinnery's Oak Furniture, the British Tradition.
(P 364) The documentation provides for a two-sided view. The
design has handles and the joinery is simple. The downside of this
piece is that it is too small for Saher's feast gear, and would have to
be scaled up. The gabled top would not pack well in the car.
Most importantly, the decorative carving would run out my timetable.