Antique Primitive Dry Sink w Raised Panel Doors from a Log Cabin 1800s Era. Antique 1800's primitive poplar dry sink with raised panel doors. Walnut frame doors and sink well. One board well bottom and sides.Mortise and tenon raised panel doors that are pegged. Original turn buckle door handles.
Most boards in this piece are over 1 inches thick. Old repair for dry rotted legs. Not original bracket foot all around the dry sink. Some dry rot on the back tongue and groove boards. This dry sink spent most of its life on a dirt floor in a frontier log cabin.Sits very solidly as it is now. Case is 18 inches deep by 43 inches wide and 30.50 inches tall. Well is 22 inches deep by 50 inches wide. Guesstimated weight is 150 pounds. Please note all photos for they too are a part of our descriptions.
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This item is in the category "Antiques\Furniture\Cabinets & Cupboards". The seller is "sugarcreekantiques1" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.