This 2-piece oak and maple kitchen cabinet is often referred to as an “opossum belly” baker’s cabinet. The top has 8 small drawers for storing spices and condiments. On either side are cabinet doors with glass fronts. Each has a single shelf inside. All the doors and drawers have porcelain knobs. Check out the huge work surface for rolling pie dough and kneading bread. Below the work surface are 2 slide out cutting boards with their porcelain knobs. The base cabinet also has 2 utensil drawers over 2 deep, opossum belly shaped drawers or bins. These were used to store flour and sugar – the main staple for baking. The 4 drawers retain their porcelain pulls. The cabinet rests on tall turned feet. The finish is in excellent condition. 64.75"h X 48"w X 23.5"d, Condition: Excellent, Circa: 1900.