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09/16/2018 08:50 PM
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EXCEPTIONAL CUSTOM MADE WALNUT STEP BACK HUTCH

Age. Less than 30 years old
Composition. Walnut
Size. 78 ½” high x 45” wide x 22” deep
Rating: 9
Comments. Made of walnut this step back cabinet has a wide crown molded top and is in two pieces for easier transportation. The upper section has a pair of 12” deep fixed shelves which have plate grooves and a faux match board back. The base has a pair of 3 ¾” deep drawers and a 25” high storage area behind those raised panel doors which has a removable shelf. The woods original finish has some wear, shade variations and small scratches/scrapes. This cabinet is in good, sturdy shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, has some minor wood wear, only a few small, shallow wood dents and minor soiling. Give this big guy a polish in its ready for your humble abode. Lots of room to display grandma’s china and plenty of always needed storage space. This cabinet is well-made and heavy for its size.

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