Ladies and designers just love these wonderful Martha Washington Sewing Cabinets particularly today, because today they can double as a bed stand. I've seen many rooms come alive when one of these lovelies is placed between two beds or in front of a sunny sheer curtained window. Here is an exceptionally nice early 1900s Martha Washington Sewing Cabinet; it is clean and in very good condition. Cabinet has 3 drawers; the first two drawers measure 11 ½ inches wide by 12 ½ inches deep (front to back) by 3 1/4 inches high/deep. The first drawer has two metal rods for storing spools of thread, or today, slip rings on the rod for safe storage. The second drawer has a sliding wooden tray with 5 compartments for storing buttons and other sewing notions, or today, it's great for storing jewelry. The dovetailed tray measures 10 5/8 inches wide by 5 5/8 inches deep (front to back) and is 1 ½ inches high/deep. The third drawer measures 11 ½ inches wide by 12 ½ inches deep (front to back) and is 7 inches high/deep. This drawer is a nice place to keep gloves or even stockings. Cabinet also has two working lift top, 7 paneled half-round side storage compartments. They are 16 inches deep. Again, leave it up to your imagination as to what you would store here; maybe a book that you are reading. All drawers are dovetailed with original round wooden pulls. Total cabinet measurement is 27 inches wide by 14 inches deep (front to back) and is 29 ½ inches tall with reed legs. Cabinet is maple and in sturdy usable condition. Sales tax must be collected for buyers living in or picking up in New York State. Local tax rate applies.
Item ID: RL120145
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