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01/15/2018 03:41 PM
NAPANEE DUTCH KITCHENET
Age. More than 60 years old
Composition. Hardwood (Not Oak)
Size. 72” high x 40” wide x 24” deep
Comments. This Napanee Dutch kitchenette cabinet was made by the Coppes Brothers and Zook of Napanee Indiana. It is made of hard wood, sorry not oak, and has its original hardware as well has paper signs on the interior doors. The base has five drawers that are either 2”, 3”, 3 ½" or 9” and the bottom drawer has a metal interior. Behind that panel door is a 20” high storage area which has a pullout metal wire shelf as well as a metal wire pocket on the back of the door. It has a hard word top which pulls out to create a workspace which is not original to the piece. The upper section has a 16” high area with a partial shelf on the bottom and 20” high storage areas behind those doors. The paint has wear, streaks, shade variations as well as scratches/scrapes and could use a redo. This cabinet is in sturdy shape with no breaks having normal use wear, has wood wear, has small, shallow wood dents and has some soiling/stains. It is missing its sifter and the rolling tambour door which rolled down over the front of the bottom area on the top. Needs some work but when done will make a nice addition to your kitchen. Offers extra space for food preparation and plenty of room for storage.
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