An Exceptional ,Outstanding South East Pennsylvania ( Most Likely Chester County) ,Solid Walnut Wood ,and a Secondary Wood of Poplar , In Excellent ,PERFECT Overall Condition !!! You will never find an Early Pennsylvania Spice Cabinet in this Pristine Condition, Selling with NO reserve ,again , The Cabinet Maker - Joiner that made it was a True Master at this Craft . It is with out Flaw ,and has had a Sheltered Life !!! It has 5 Rows of 3 Drawers Each, of Graduated ,Dovetailed Drawers . The Visible Nails are all Hand Made and Square. The Placement of the Nails is Also Perfect. This was obviously made for someone very Important. The Brass Knobs are all Original and are Matching. Each Individual Drawer is Sealed of from the Adjoining Drawer. The Back is also well made, and the Tongue & Groove Boards are in Perfect Condition and the Nail Placement is Perfect . It measures 24 1/2" high x 17 1/2" across the front x 9 1/2" from front to back. It you lust for Perfection in Period Pieces ,here it is. It has NO restorations of any kind. The surface has been cleaned , but with only a Soft Damp Cloth. The Drawer Side show some Square Nails that were carefully placed when it was made. The Cabinet Maker looked for any small places that would loosen as it aged ,and placed a Nail there ,and it is as solid as the Day it was Made. It has an Estimated ... read more