This early 1900's Boone kitchen cabinet has a great vintage look with the frosted pattern glass in the upper doors. It was made before the popular Hoosier and Sellers cabinets with the porcelain work tops. The Boone cabinets were made by the Campbell-Smith-Ritchie Company in Lebanon, Indiana. According to the Hoosier Cabinets book written by Philip D. Kennedy, it is believed that the company began making kitchen cabinets around the turn of the century.
This type of kitchen cabinet was used for baking and preparing food for family meals. The upper section of this cabinet has 2 doors, each with a shelf inside. Between them is a tilt-out bin and a small compartment with a door. Below that is a shelf that was most likely for spices or other small kitchen items. The base section has another larger tilt-out bin, a drawer, pull-out cutting board and a storage area for pots and pans. The top is secured to the base with 4 screws.
Vintage kitchen cabinets have become one of our specialties, and we have restored many of them over the years. This one is in very good condition; ready to move in and use. Doors, drawer and bins all operate properly.
The overall height is 70 inches, width is 42 1/2 inches and depth is 25 1/2 inches. The base is 32 inches tall. The inside depth of the upper shelves is 10 1/2 inches.
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Antique Boone Oak 2 Piece Kitchen Cabinet
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