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Posted 6 years ago


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This is in a house we just purchased. I've been every place to find out what it is called, and the value. There is no holes at the top, so I don't believe it is a dry sink. Any information would be much appreciated.

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  1. crissie, 6 years ago
    I would have to say this is a baby changing table. You put your diapers and cremes below and the boards on the side would hold the baby in. There was probably once a pad on top where the baby would lay.
  2. Krae, 6 years ago
    Possibly, but this was in the kitchen. Also had a board that could cover half of the top, this was found in the bottom. Could it be a dry server table?
  3. Bonnie , 6 years ago
    Could it still possibly be a 'modern-day' dry sink? My mom bought a 'dry-sink' in the early 1980's that looks very similar to yours. I then bought one in the later 1980's but the front folds down. On both of ours it is all wood and dovetailed-quality made not like today's furniture. I know not much help.

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