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After the stock market crash of 1929, furniture companies struggled to sell suites of furniture as in dining room sets and living room sets. In order to stay in business, pieces of furniture were designed to add a special touch to a room and have multiple uses. Thus came the concept of 'Novelty" furniture. One of the biggest producers of this type of furniture was Furgeson Brothers form Hoboken, NJ. This is one of their pieces. Originally a sewing cabinet, the door pushes in on the left side and as the front panel turns around to the back, storage shelves appear! Very clever! This cabinet could be used for so many things ...ex. jewelry: your rings fit nicely around where the spool holders, earring in the little divided sections, there is even a hidden drawer just below the top shelf! The bottom shelf is nice and roomy. The original teardrop pulls are brass and give the cabinet a French feel!

The Furgeson cabinet is painted in Annie Sloan Chalk Paint in Duck Egg. Clear and dark wax was applied just to age the piece a little!

This table/cabinet stands 24" high is 19" wide and is 12" deep.
Delivery in the Boston/Cape Cod area is free.

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RESERVED FOR SUSAN Furgeson Cabinet Painted in Annie Sloan Chalk Paint Duck Egg

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wood, mahogany, chalk paint, wax, brass
  • Feedback: 24 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Massachusetts, United States.
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