Item sold on 2018-01-26 - Shipped on 2018-02-01
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This style of kitchen pantry cupboard from about 1910 was called a "Hoosier," because they were mainly produced in Indiana. A brass signature plate reads "Wilson Kitchen Cabinets." Oak with stained glass panels, roll top and flour sifter, the pull out enamel working top has a blue "sponged" edge.
The restored finish is in excellent condition on this American made antique kitchen furniture. There are chips and wear to the enamel top, see photos. Nickel hardware is original, behind the lower door are pull out trays. Bottom right is a tin bread drawer. The upper section is removable for easier delivery.
Measurements are 43" wide, 25" deep and 68 1/2" tall.
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