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This primitive wall cabinet would be built on a custom order basis, it is not in stock, thanks. Please contact for the LEAD TIME frame before purchasing, which may be over 3 MONTHS, sometimes longer time frames are given, depending on my present order flow, thanks!

Hello, We are Ellen and Joseph Spinale. Here we are featuring our hanging country wall cupboard in our mustard green color. We have 12 distressed paint colors to choose from. The wall cupboard is made from pine and has two shelf spaces inside.

The measurements are, 30" tall, 23" wide, 10" deep.

Hello..I've been a craftsman for 20 years, and I make a line of handmade 18th & 19th century reproduction furniture. It is handcrafted, built in the traditional artisan workbench style. When finishing our furniture we apply a multistep process. With hand chipped paint off corners and latches, it produces a distressed antique look, it even feels old. All of our primitive furniture is handplaned, the drawerfronts are dovetailed, with a solid wood raised panel drawer bottom. However this cupboard just has a solid wood flat drawer bottom, not a raised panel. We use square nails. We can custom build cabinets. Thank you. Joseph 830 863 4485 jespin [!at]

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

Primitive wall cupboard cabinet painted country pine early American Colonial furniture

$375.00 USD
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  • Handmade item
  • Material: pine
  • Made to order
  • Only ships within United States.
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