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Incredible Hand-Built Industrial Storage Cabinet Item # F3983

Circa 1930

$395.00

We are suckers for unique pieces of utilitarian history, especially if they have unexpected secrets, as this cabinet does. Built by a crafty handyman, this rough wooden cabinet is made from old crates, the markings of which can be seen on the inside of the various drawers (see all photos for details). The crates, which originally held crackers, fruit and cotton, are stenciled with lettering and images and all are made from different woods, giving this dandy little cabinet a wonderful patch-work quality. A fantastic attention-grabbing piece, this cabinet also boasts plenty of functionality, with 24 little drawers. You will have plenty of places to store all of your prized possessions when this cabinet comes home with you.

  • Historical Style: Industrial
  • Condition notes: Very good vintage condition. Made entirely of wood and held together with nails.

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Incredible Hand-Built Industrial Storage Cabinet

Circa 1930

$395.00