You are bidding on a white hoosier type kitchen cabinet with an enamel top in great condition. If you are looking for a kitchen cabinet of this type, very popular today, this is the one for you because t is absolutely nothing to hide.It has been professionally restored to prestine condition. All the old paint, probably some of it lead, was removed and it was primed and repainted with about four coats of durable Sherwin William's lacquer white paint. This cabinet is selling without reserve , with a very reasonable starting price considering it has been completely restored which cost a considerable amount more than the starting price. T was not room in my kitchen to use it w I intended. After restoration, this cabinet is basically in new condition with the exception of a couple of spots in the enamel top which just adds character, see photos. Also one of the handles is a little bit different than the others, not noticeable really; just wanted to call everything. Starting with the top cabinet, the left hand door houses the original flour sifter, the door underneath opens for access to the sifter. The middle and right hand door are for storage, underneath that the tambour sliding door is also additional storage. The middle door has a mirror in it, it is in good condition, the photo is a little distorted because I was in the direct sun and mirrors don't photograph good for me for some reason. Also behind the mirror is the original cardboard kitchen chart with useful baking information such as measurements, ect. It has some damage from years of use, email and I will send photos, ran out of room on the ebay photo slots.The lovely white enamel top trimmed in black adds great work and preparation space, with additional space when you pull the top out, adding about 8 inches additional working space. The bottom or base of the cabinet, far left a large door with lots more storage space, the right side has three graduated drawers with the smaller top drawer great for silverware. The bottom drawer is made entirely of metal, with the exception of the front of the drawer that is wood, originally used for bread storage. Last, the cabinet stands on wooden wheels, these are reproductions because some of the old ones were broken, can be popped in and out with ease, depending on your preference. I personally like the wheels on, it makes the legs of the cabinet look better to me and all antique furniture was originally on wheels. Dimensions: all approximate, 69 inches tall, 40 inches across the enamel top, depth of enamel top 25 inches, base depth only 20 inches, height of top section of cabinet only 36 inches. Email me with questions or concerns, item will ship Greyhound very economically, please send complete address for shipping quote, pickup is always welcome. I will be glad to ship internationally, please allow time to get shipping quote. Good luck and happy bidding.RETURN POLICY: I try to describe my items to the best of my ability and try to describe all nicks and chips as best I can. I have found during the years that sometimes you just have to talk to someone one on one to answer a question so I will be glad to call anyone in the continential U.S.A., free of charge, if you send your phone number. I guarantee my items to be exactly as described. Thanks, Shebatouge P.S. ANYTHING I LIST ON EBAY IS FOR SALE LOCALLY. IF I HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO SELL AN ITEM AND NO ONE HAS PLACED A BID ON SAID ITEM, I RESERVE THE RIGHT TO END THE AUCTION AND SELL THE ITEM. ONCE AN ITEM HAS A BID, I WILL NEVER END THE AUCTION EARLY.
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