The Road to Furthur Bread Box is a fully-functional roll-top bread box that will spice up any kitchen counter. On the front, the Sierra Nevada Mountains in fall set the backdrop for the Summer 2011 Furthur tour poster, featuring a 13-point lightning bolt set against a sun that leads the way down the psychedelic highway. Uncle Sam's skeleton hands hold the motorcycle handlebars heading in; on top of the box, a souped-up car is headed the opposite direction, with the grill coming straight at you every time you open the roll-top to get some bread!
On both sides of the heavily-decorated Deadhead car, Highway 101 of Northern California fame runs along the Pacific cliff. The sides of the bread box share an acid test theme, with blurry pictures of dancing Deadheads (one of them is Neal Cassidy) partaking in the celebrated 60's tradition that began with the jam sessions of the Grateful Dead. Every box has a secret; this one is an old advertisement on the inside of the box announcing a bakery by the name of Grateful Bread. It even includes an address in New Hampshire and a phone number.
The durability of the roll-top has been tested; it's ready to hold your daily bread, your muffins, your bagels... or maybe a bunch of Mason jars! "Ain't no bread in the bread box baby, 'cause we ain't got no dough..." Dimensions: 16” L x 12” W x 11.5” H. This box found a happy home!