Late 1800s Solid Walnut Shaker-Style Dry Sink - Restored Antique. Do not order this piece if you do not live in that geographic region.
Please see all available photos for a "before and after" comparison. Last two photos show the original state. This is a beautifully restored and refinished Shaker-style dry sink dating from at least the late 1800s. I found this piece on the street, destined for the trash. It needed the original finished stripped and some screws tightened down, but other than that, was in fine shape for its exceptional age.While I cannot verify this to be a true Shaker piece, it bears many of the marks of that style. Round button knobs (the bottom two I had to recreate on my own). Handmade dovetails on both the front AND backs of all drawers (mark of a true craftsman). Hand-cut mortise and tenon joinery.
Two-foot wide solid walnut shelving - quite hard to find these days! The original shellac finish was in bad condition, so it was gently removed and replaced with a durable oil and polyurethane mix for a long-lasting, warm appearance that's sure to be a centerpiece of any living room or other room in the house. A cleat was added to the lower shelf, which had warped upward, in order to make it flat again. Thanks again for looking, and please reach out with any questions. The item "Late 1800s Solid Walnut Shaker-Style Dry Sink Restored Antique" is in sale since Tuesday, May 14, 2019.This item is in the category "Home & Garden\Furniture\Bookcases & Shelving". The seller is "gdogbert347" and is located in New York, New York. This item can't be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.