Sturdy antique Oak 2 piece kitchen cabinet from the early 1900's, often called a "baker's cabinet". The upper section has 2 doors with lovely old wavy glass, 3 shelves with plate rails and 3 small spice drawers. The bottom has a pull - out work surface with 2 drawers and a fifth leg for support. There are 2 doors below the pull - out that open to a storage area with a shelf. The cupboard has a bit of Victorian style from the black wooden knobs with brass trim. The pull - out has stops to prevent it from accidentally being pulled all the way out. As you can see, the top of the pull - out has a great deal of character from being used for chopping and cutting.
This style of kitchen cupboard was made before the popular Hoosier type cabinets began to be manufactured.
This cabinet is 78 1/2 inches tall, 37 inches wide and 24 inches deep when the pull - out section is pushed all the way in. The upper shelves have an inside depth of 10 1/2 inches. We have refinished the cabinet and it is ready to be put to use. After all these years, it is still in very good condition and the doors and drawers operate as they should.