This Original Paint Antique French 3 1/2 Door Pastry Counter with Marble is no longer available.
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(1 of several) If only this unique 3.5 door counter could speak, or maybe mumble after all these years of butter and sugar soaking into its pores. Well not to worry, my Old Plank restoration crew has taken it upon themselves to completely resolve any condition issues these pieces might have. They have inspected each piece with a fine-toothed comb, tightening structures, making doors, drawers and slides all work incredibly well as they did when new. This fine cupboard is an absolute standout, use it as a media cabinet in the family room, a credenza in the home office or as a unique and inviting foyer console keeping extra shoes and boots tidy and out of sight near the front door. You may also decide to group it with our other similar items to have your kitchen business or ??? retro-fitted with several of these awesome pieces. However you choose, we will be posting them as they are restored.
Place of Origin
Date of Manufacture
late 19th century
Materials and Techniques
original pieced together marble top
Good. Fully restored. Please note that the original marble is pieced together and has scratches and stains throughout..
Wear consistent with age and use
32.5 in. H x 86.25 in. W x 21.5 in. D
83 cm H x 219 cm W x 55 cm D
Number of Items
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