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Primitive Pie Safe *Came out of an 1847 house*

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Primitive Furniture86 of 112African-American made Sewing Stand?Over 100 yr old windows with wavy glass
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    Posted 11 years ago

    LauraJ27
    (40 items)

    Comments? Thanks for looking!
    This is 71 inches H. It's the BIGGEST pie safe I've ever cam across. :)
    I'm so lucky to have found this!

    Laura J.

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    1. officialfuel officialfuel, 11 years ago
      Just wondering if your pie safe oak?

      Michael
    2. LauraJ27 LauraJ27, 11 years ago
      Thanks :) I'm not sure what it's made out of.
    3. LauraJ27 LauraJ27, 11 years ago
      :o) comments? value? date?
    4. scottvez scottvez, 11 years ago
      It is hard to date without seeing any details-- joints, hardware, wood, back of the piece, door panels, etc...

      The overall style would seem to indicate middle 1800s. But based on the screens and what appears to be narrow board backing-- it could be from the very late 1800s to the early part of the 20th century.

      Add some detailed photographs and I may be able to help.

      Scott

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