Item sold on 2017-12-22 - Shipped on 2017-12-22
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Called a "Hoosier" kitchen pantry cupboard because most were made in Indiana, this oak cabinet has a pull out enamel work surface and flour sifter. The label is illegible, but this cupboard was made in St. Louis about 1915.
The restored finish is in excellent condition, nickel hardware is original. Doors have embossed glass windows. The upper section with the roll top door is removable for delivery. There is a tin bread drawer as well.
Dimensions are 43" wide, 69" tall and 28" deep. The work surface is 30" from the floor.
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