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This primitive country pie safe cupboard would be built as a custom order, it is not in stock, please contact me for LEAD TIME frame before purchasing, which may be over 3 MONTHS, sometimes longer time frames are given, depending on my present order flow, thanks!

Hi there, I am Joseph Spinale, and here I am featuring my primitive farmhouse pie safe, painted in our oatmeal color. This was a hard color to capture, some of the photos look whiter and some look creamier? It is pretty much in the middle.

The pie safe cupboard is handcrafted from pine and has 3 shelves inside.

It measures 45" tall x 25" wide x 12 and 1/2" deep, note the beautiful reproduction hardware. This is a great piece for a farmhouse kitchen.

I have been a craftsman for 20 years making a line of 18th and 19th century reproduction farmhouse furniture,and custom work is available. My work is built in the time honored artisan workbench tradition. Early American work has stood the test of time, and we sure love it! I have 13 painted distressed colors to choose from. All of my cupboards are hand planed and we use square nails. A lot of hands on time goes into our work to produce an authentic look and feel. Thank you, Joseph Spinale 830-864-4485 jespin [!at] ktc.com

A 1280 x 768 screen resolution, with a fairly bright setting, will give you the best furniture viewing, Thanks!

Primitive pie safe cupboard painted country cabinet pine farmhouse Colonial reproduction furniture


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  • Handmade item
  • Material: pine
  • Made to order
  • Only ships within United States.
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